In 1986, Echoes of Service published an eleven volume series entitled, “That the World May Know”. The Volumes are a record of the work and legacy of assembly missionaries around the world. At the beginning of each volume appeared an article entitled, “Who are the brethren?” These articles were written by prominent men associated with the brethren movement. To view these articles, click here. Used with permission.
In addition to these articles, there is another article produced by John Barber. It is a very thorough and up-to-date introductory essay: ‘Who are the Brethren?’
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