The Church of

Brotherly Love


Rev 3:7 And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; ….8 I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name. KJV

These are the books and papers that we use to help establish the foundation of our ministry. A study of this works will help the born again Christian make the absolute surrender necessary to obtain power for service and to bear fruit that will remain.


1. The King James Bible, The New King James Bible.

2. Absolutely Sober, A History, Principles and Practice of the Destruction of Self-Centeredness. See the description on Create Space.

3. So Great Salvation—the best history of the Keswick Conferences.

4. The Centrality of the Cross—By Jessie Penn-Lewis. Mrs. Penn– Lewis preached the message of the Cross that changed Frank Buchman resulting in his worldwide ministry and the formation of AA.

5. The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life, Hannah Whitall Smith. This book was the catalyst that started the Keswick movement which was central to the development of Pentecostalism, Fundamentalism and Alcoholics Anonymous.

6. The Green Letters—Principles of spiritual growth. Dozens of our friends have been changed by studying these excellent spiritual growth teachings.

7. Projects - The Technology of Making Things Happen.

8. On the Tail of a Comet— The biography of Frank Buchman, the founder of the Oxford Group whose ideas and methods led to the formation of the Alcoholics Anonymous. He was changed when he heard the message of the Cross preach at Keswick in 1908 preached by Jessie Penn-Lewis.

9. Secrets to Spiritual Power—Sentinel Kulp, the Writings of Watchman Nee. This is a collection of the best of the wisdom from all 68 books written by one of the greatest of the Christians who were influenced by Keswick. (See book Kiosk on left)

10. What it the Oxford Group? Written Anonymously in 1933 by a group member, it describes what the Oxford Group was and gives us insight in how to run our first-century Christian Fellowship.


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