In 1725, he was baptised by Conrad Beissel, and when the Conestoga Brethren congregation suffered a schism, he strongly supported Beissel. After the foundation of the Ephrata Community in 1732, Wohlfahrt took the name "Brother Agonius" and assisted Beissel in running the community.
- Message from the MENNO-ROOTS-L archives, largely about Wohlfahrt
- "Brethern, Schwenkfelders and Other Plain People[permanent dead link]", an article which quotes some correspondence between Wohlfahrt and Benjamin Franklin
- An extended quote with commentary from the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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