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 […]
This interspace of being in a different country required courage, creativity, willingness to fail, and engagement with people who were different.
As Mennonites, we have a strong heritage of nonviolence, often referred to as pacifism, as we work to embody and live out the words of Christ to “love our enemies,” […]
By Paula Marolewski, Perkiomenville Mennonite Church “As we got ready to drill the well, people just shook their heads. ‘There’s no water there; you’re wasting your time,’ they said. They […]
by Virgo Handojo, Pastor ofJemaat Kristen Indonesia Anugerah, Sierra Madre, CA One of the challenging tasks the children of God face today is how to build a healthy relationship within culturally […]
God has uniquely situated us at Franconia Conference with global connections and global capacities …
By Peder Wiegner, member at Norristown New Life and of the Conference Israel/Palestine Taskforce Franconia Mennonite Conference (FMC) together with Living Branches hosted the Palestinian and Jewish Voices for Peace […]
By Steve Kriss, Executive Minister I remember Michael J. Sharp (MJ) as a rambunctious junior high kid from the time we overlapped life at Laurelville Mennonite Church Center and Scottdale […]
Over the first week of August, a tropical storm (and at a time, Hurricane Earl) wreaked havoc across Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Central America, and Mexico, deeply impacting the Mexican state of […]
…[it] isn’t just about the present but also the future … What legacy do we want to leave the next generation?
by Esther Good Following the terrorist attacks in Paris, France in November, and in San Bernardino, California in December, many have struggled with the question of how we should relate […]
by Barbie Fischer There has been a buzz around the past few weeks as news came that Lois Gunden, the first woman to teach a Sunday School Class at Plains […]
Jesus clearly said that we are no longer strangers and foreigners but fellow citizens and members of the household of God. We are all family and we have to protect each other.