… in times of transition, we need to lay aside our anxieties and simply celebrate what God has already done and put more of an effort into anticipating what God is about to do.
… each new year is an opportunity for everything to fall together and perhaps even have the opportunity for us to experience what it means to be “in one accord.”
Is the church in Acts an accurate model as to what our intercultural engagement in Franconia Conference is supposed to look like?
I am grateful now for a full staff team after over a year of navigating through changes.
by Mike Clemmer, Leadership Minister On April 1, 2018 (Easter Sunday), Rockhill Mennonite Church and Ridgeline Community Church joyfully celebrated the resurrection of Jesus together in a nearly-filled-to-capacity Rockhill meetinghouse. […]
We are truly the church when many members are working together to form one body in Christ.
Our track record on being grateful receivers is not as stellar as our giving record.
… the practice of community through Communion is one of the greatest witnesses that we have in the world today.
As an Anabaptist follower of Jesus, I hold Jesus at the center of my faith – he is the “perfect pitch” on which all of my life is centered.
Every day that we live should be guided by the Epiphany that opens our eyes to new understandings of the fact that a Savior has been born.
Loving to see beautiful things grow, Mike plants flowers on his church’s property and works to nurture leaders as a pastor.
What will motivate you to get out of bed this Saturday morning?
by Emily Ralph, associate director of communication Credentialed leaders from Franconia and Eastern District Conferences gathered on May 5, 2014 at Towamencin Mennonite Church (Kulpsville, Pa.) to dialogue with Loren […]