Writer: Rebecca Cooper Cote

Out of the Ashes

It was a scene from an early 1900s era drama. With no phones, no way to get to the nearest hospital and no doctor for miles, Erica Henderson had no choice—she had to give birth to baby Abigail in her living room May 2003.

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Where Have All the Brethren Gone?

When Lordsburg College opened its doors in 1891 and allowed students outside the Church of the Brethren to attend, things were bound to change. But no one 112 years ago would have imagined that it would come to a point when less than one percent of the student population would be affiliated with the Church.

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