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- 1887 Constitution of The Christian Alliance (pdf)
- 1887 Constitution of the Evangelical Missionary Alliance (pdf)
- 1912 General Constitution and Principles (pdf)
- 1965 Statement of Faith (pdf)
- C&MA Chronological History, 1843â2003
- C&MA Timeline (pdf download for screen viewing)
- C&MA Timeline (pdf download for print)
- C&MA Timeline (for purchase)
Historical Series Bulletin Inserts
The following bulletin series were originally created for the C&MA Centennial Anniversary. Each bulletin explores the history of the C&MA (updated 2003).
- Spiritual Roots (pdf)
- Breaking the Mold (pdf)
- Format for Ministry (pdf)
- The Legacy of Old Orchard (pdf)
- Without Contention (pdf)
- There Is a Great Physician Still (pdf)
- Undertaking the Impossible (pdf)
- A Vine Over the Wall (pdf)
- The Night Watches (pdf)
- A Story of Providence (1907) — A history of the Gospel Tabernacle Church by Dr. A.B. Simpson (pdf)
- Nyack College View Book — Bailey Library Historical Buildings Collection (pdf)
- The Crisis of the Deeper Life — A message on sanctification by Dr. G.P. Pardington (pdf)
- The Man, the Movement & the Mission — A documentary history, Dr. Charles Nienkirchen (pdf)
- The Story of The Christian and Missionary Alliance — A history of The C&MA published in 1900 (pdf)
- Twenty-five Wonderful Years — A popular sketch of The C&MA by Dr. G.P. Pardington (pdf)
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