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    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: September 1974
    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: The Evangelical Beacon was the official printed magazine and newsletter of the Evangelical Free Church of America. Its roots lie in the Norwegian-Danish Free Church Association newspaper The Evangelist, started in 1930, and the Swedish Evangelical Free Church paper, The Evangelical Beacon, started in 1931. It was conceived as a way of strengthening the faithful of the Free Church, and offering news and perspective from a distinctly evangelical free church perspective. The paper was rebranded as EFCAToday in 2004.
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    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: September 1974
    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: The Evangelical Beacon was the official printed magazine and newsletter of the Evangelical Free Church of America. Its roots lie in the Norwegian-Danish Free Church Association newspaper The Evangelist, started in 1930, and the Swedish Evangelical Free Church paper, The Evangelical Beacon, started in 1931. It was conceived as a way of strengthening the faithful of the Free Church, and offering news and perspective from a distinctly evangelical free church perspective. The paper was rebranded as EFCAToday in 2004.
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    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: September 1974
    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: The Evangelical Beacon was the official printed magazine and newsletter of the Evangelical Free Church of America. Its roots lie in the Norwegian-Danish Free Church Association newspaper The Evangelist, started in 1930, and the Swedish Evangelical Free Church paper, The Evangelical Beacon, started in 1931. It was conceived as a way of strengthening the faithful of the Free Church, and offering news and perspective from a distinctly evangelical free church perspective. The paper was rebranded as EFCAToday in 2004.