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Accession #BC2017/27
TopicChurch of the Brethren: Journey in Jesus Way
TitleJourney in Jesus' Way
LocationDVS located in IIS Archives Media Cabinet. Digital Files on Archives Network [X:]
CitationJourney in Jesus' Way, BC2017/27, Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceDavid Sollenberger, videographer
Scope and Content

"Journey in Jesus' Way," original interviews and some footage, by videographer, David Sollenberger. Members of the Church of the Brethren share their faith on many topics:

DVD #1

Common Meal at Bethany Seminary (Oak Brook, Illinois location) and Dale Brown on Peace within the Church of the Brethren.

1963 March on Washington National Archives footage.

M. R. Zigler still photos used in "Profile of a Peacemaker."

DVD #2

Vernard Eller on Church Doctrines.

John Gingrich (La Verne).

Jan Schrock on BVS.

Chris Michael Douglas on Youth Ministry.

Don Miller on Stewardship.


DVD #3

Modesto, Clifornia - footage of Brethren Service ministries and Bonnie Kline Smeltzer on Doctrine and her experience of baptism.

Chuck Boyer on Peace.

Chuck Boyer on M. R. Zigler.


DVD #4

Dan Kim on Korea and the Church of the Brethren.

Gladys Royer on Nigeria mission.

Ken Morse on Brethren Doctrines and M. R. Zigler.

The Commissioning of Doris and Galen Hackman at Ephrata 25 June 1989, with Earl Zigler presiding.


DVD #5

Desmond Bittinger on being editor of the "Messenger."

An interview with ladies at the Modesto, California Church of the Brethren as they work on a quilting project. They share stories from their Brethren background: Leone Tooker and others.


DVD #6

Chuck Baker from Modesto, California, speaks on participating in Civilian Public Service in the 1940's.

DVD #7

Cliff and Arlene Kindy interview (continued) and footage of the Kindy home.

Bob Gross speaks on the Death penalty.

Bob Bowman (Robert Bowman) talks about the Bible.

John David Bowman speaks on Baptism.


DVD #8

Wayne Zunkel talks about Brethren Doctrines.

Wayne Zunkel speaks about Korea.

Wayne Zunkel reflects on M. R. Zigler, and also Melanie May meets the Pope.

Mary Smeltzer, of Modesto California, talks about Japanese Relocation.


DVD #9

Nancy Faus on Music in the Church of the Brethren;  Clyde Weaver, Jr. (beard), Donald Miller (General Secretary of the Church of the Brethren) and E. Paul Weaver, is recognized by the Russian Exchange Program at Elgin, Illinois; Jan Schrock on Service. 

Rachel Gross on the Death Row Support Project.

Cliff and Arlene Kindy on the Simple Life and scenes of Cliff doing work.


DVD #10

Chuck Boyer on Peace (conclusion0.

The CBS News story on Enten Eller - trial and conviction.

Phil and Louise Rieman's Tax Sale, 30 November 1988.

Phil and Louise Rieman's interview on Civil Disobedience.

Dale Brown on Peace and the Ollie North Demonstration at the 1989 Annual Conference.

The Sollenberger family at Annual Conference.

The Phil and Louise interview  (BETTER AUDIO).

An interview with Mary Baugher on Church of the Brethren doctrine is on one of the DVDs yet her interview on the physical DVD is untitled. Her interview is included on the network location.




Date of Accession12 December 2017
Bio History Note

Clyde Weaver, Jr., is the son of S. Clyde Weaver, of Lancaster County, PA. He moved to Elgin, Illinois and worked for the Church of the Brethren Offices.


S. Clyde, Sr., was a free minister and evangelist within the Church of the Brethren.  His home congregation was East Petersburg Church of the Brethren, which would later merge with Salunga COB, and become Hempfield Church of the Brethren. S. Clyde Weaver married Emma Weaver, and between their resources founded the business,  S. Clyde Weaver Smoked Meats and Cheese. It is said that Emma's father obtained a recipe for Lebanon bologna from a "hobo" who stopped for respite at the Weaver farm.  This recipe helped put S. Clyde Weaver's "on the map." 


S. Clyde Weaver, Sr., had a sister 19 years younger than himself, E. Jean Weaver.  Their parents were Elam Weaver and Fanny Gibbel Young.  Jean married Jacob C. Wine, Jr. , who are the parents of archivist, Jeanine Wine. 


Jan West Schrock is the daughter of Dan West, founder of Heifer Project.



Archivist NoteDescription prepared 12 December 2017 by Jeanine Wine
 


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