In this episode, pastor Joy Sawatzky describes her passion for exploring the stories of her congregants at the senior living community of Souderton Mennonite Homes, which is part of Living Branches.
… es importante reinventarse, soñar nuevos sueños, ponerse nuevas metas y usar la experiencia de mis 68 años para vivir el siguiente año día a día. / … it is important to reinvent yourself, dream new dreams, set new goals and use the experience of my 68 years to live the next year day by day.
Read the full article at The Mennonite HERE.
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 […]
These experiences are some of the best investments that we make together with our Conference resources.
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 […]
A joint release of Franconia Mennonite Conference and The Mennonite, Inc. Franconia Mennonite Conference of Mennonite Church USA and The Mennonite, Inc., have jointly appointed Jerrell Williams as staff for […]
Based on the outcomes of the Future Church Summit in Orlando 2017, the Journey Forward process began. Mennonite Church USA executive director-to-be Glen Guyton says this process, “fulfills a promise […]
Psalm 139:23-24 is a cry for God to search our hearts and “see if there is any offensive way…” in us. Yet, how often, do we make that our prayer? […]
The contention over recognizing this Federal Holiday seems to highlight the continued tension around race in our country …
At its last meeting before the delegate assembly in Phoenix in July, the Executive Board (EB) of Mennonite Church USA met April 4-6 in Kansas City, Mo., and decided to send to delegates two resolutions for their consideration.