… my identity is as a citizen of heaven, and every believer in every nation is a co-worker, without being limited by national and political identity.
… kita percaya dengan komitmen, tekad dan kerjasama kita semua bisa menghilangkan rasisme, dan menjadikan perbedaan sebagai sebuah kekayaan yang bisa gunakan bersama-sama untuk saling bertransformasi menjadi ciptaan baru / … we believe that our commitment, determination and cooperation can eliminate racism, and make diversity a treasure that can be used to transform each other into new creations.
Many people at Boyertown church wrote letters requesting her return so the family could be together.
Those who knock at the door and come inside change us, deepening our gratitude and generosity, enriching the possibilities of our future.
The story of Franconia Conference is rooted in faith and migration. These stories have helped shape us as a community, sensitive to the struggle of others who were also seeking […]
Suddenly he heard a voice calling “Irwan!”; when he turned his head, he saw 3 people with jackets that had the word “ICE” across them.
by Jerrell Williams, Associate for Leadership Cultivation This Fourth of July I gathered with Plains Mennonite Church and Evangelical Center for Revival, a predominantly Congolese Mennonite congregation, which held a […]
By Robert Walden The following are excerpts on the Winter Peace Retreat Report. For the full report from the Peace and Justice Committee visit efpjc.ppjr.org/pjnews/pjn1803.pdf. On February 9 to 11, […]
by Barbie Fischer The Friday following the presidential election, leaders from Franconia Conference’s south Philadelphia churches asked for representatives from the conference to be present with them on the following […]
by Barbie Fischer Often when items are donated to a ministry, the recipient of the donation is unknown. The Vincent Sewing Circle ladies are well aware of this fact as […]
“I expected to come back from my border excursion with frustration and sadness. Instead, I returned with hope, having witnessed great love.”
by Tim Huber, for Mennonite World Review (reposted by permission) Two Mennonite churches in Philadelphia have joined a sanctuary movement aiming to support people fearing deportation from the United States. […]