The Things Which Become Sound Doctrine


“When the dust all settles, you can be sure that Aaron is still standing at the same place he has always stood.”


Aaron M. Shank had an out-sized influence on the 20th-century conservative Mennonite church. In this biography, you will discover the leadership he provided with his passion for following Christ, for teaching sound doctrine, and for retaining Scriptural applications historically held by the Mennonite Church. Aaron provided leadership for both the formation of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church as well as the formation of the Pilgrim Mennonite Conference. He and Marjorie endeared themselves to many in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, and to many others beyond. His doctrinal teaching and his lifetime of service with integrity helped shape the conservative Mennonite church moving into the 21st century.


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    This book is a historical and spiritual gem. It contains a good balance of pictures, background information, personal experiences and public and private letters. not only was it enjoyable, informative and inspirational to me, dad. But all of my children from 23 to 13, sons and daughters, enjoyed reading it. I recommend this book to anyone who wishes to stand for the truth. Even if one does not agree with every detail or perspective, it is still a model for any serious child of God to follow. E Horst

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