“If the virus didn’t kill them, hunger would kill them. It was important for the church to ask itself how to help and find ways to do it.”
Questions and concern around immigration have become increasingly important for members of Franconia Conference, which has seen a increase in immigrant congregations over the past decade.
Open arms and hearts to migrants is part of Christian discipleship.
God used this trip to teach me that I don’t need to travel far to meet my neighbors—I can build relationships with my neighbors right here at home.
I believe these actions 60 years ago enlarged our hearts and understandings of the world and our connections within it.
Desplácese hacia abajo para la traducción al español / Scroll down for Spanish translation By Gwen Groff, Pastor at Bethany Mennonite Church, and FMC Board Member We were just one […]
Rockhill Mennonite (Telford, Pa) youth pastor, Angela Moyer, had taken groups of high school youth to Mexico City to do mission work before, but this time was different…
After the earthquake: Working to bring healing and hope to Haiti ~ Jessica Walter To everything there is a season: Long-term director retires and microenterprise program ends ~ Lora Steiner […]
J. Mark and Emma Frederick From Emma . . .On a November Sunday morning, J. Mark and I sat in an auditorium in the center of Mexico City surrounded by […]