Skip to Content

Search Results

Search Constraints

Filtering by: Language English Remove constraint Language: English Publisher Free Church Press Remove constraint Publisher: Free Church Press
Number of results to display per page

Search Results

  • M900p2577?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: October 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.
  • 02871109s?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: June 1973
    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.
  • 9z9034154?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Mel Larson
    Date: March 1964
    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.
  • 8g84mv015?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Norton, Hugo Wilbert
    Date: 1947
    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: A book commemorating a quarter-century of missionary activity in the Ubangi region of the Congo in Africa by the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). The work traces the early activities of first missionary Titus Johnson 1897-1974) and the establishment of EFCA missionary territory amongst the people of the Ubangi, resulting in a reported 14,000 conversions. While some of the written material in this publication may reflect a limited perspective on native and colonial experience, it nonetheless offers a useful and interesting perspective into the world and activities of EFCA missionary work and the process of conversion in the Ubangi.
  • W6634977h?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Thompson, Roy A.
    Date: 1981
    Contributing Institution: Trinity International University Rolfing Library
    Description: This work examines the role of printed material and publications have played in the evangelism activities of the EFCA. It looks at the Beacon, the Free Church Press, and other publications of the denomination.
  • Kh04dw998?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: November 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.
  • Ws859p736?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: February 1975
    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.
  • V405sh92m?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: December 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.
  • 7h149x380?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: July 1975
    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.
  • Vm40z0345?file=thumbnail
    Creator: George M. Keck
    Date: March 1977
    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.