Blog posts

Trust God, love each other

3.23. 2017 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Jane Hoober Peifer resides in Harrisonburg, Virginia, with her husband Daryl. Following 24 years in pastoral ministry, Jane received Spiritual Direction training from KAIROS: School for Spiritual Formation. The following reflection is adaptation of a homily Jane gave to the Constituency Leaders Council (CLC) at the opening of their last meeting of the biennium, March […]

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One small step for Mennonite Church USA

2.8. 2017 Posted By: Glen Guyton

Glen Guyton is chief operating officer and director of Convention Planning for Mennonite Church USA. This post originally appeared on the Menno Snapshots blog of Mennonite Church USA.  After ringing in 2017 with my 88 year old mother and 93 year old aunt I seriously began thinking about family times, history and my future. My time with […]

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Looking toward convention

1.23. 2017 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Danilo Sanchez lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania with his wife and two daughters. There he serves as a part-time youth pastor with two Mennonite churches and works part time with Mennonite Central Committee as the Summer Service National Coordinator. He studied at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, Virginia, and Eastern University, Philadelphia. This piece originally ran on the […]

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Step Up: A new youth leadership program at Orlando 2017

1.20. 2017 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Leah Wenger graduated from Eastern Mennonite High School last June and is currently a first year student at Eastern Mennonite University studying psychology and music. She loves singing in EMU’s choir, Emulate and enjoys spending time outdoors doing a variety of activities. Leah is an active member of Community Mennonite Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where […]

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Where have all the youth gone

12.1. 2016 Posted By: The Mennonite

Elisabeth Wilder lives in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and is studying at Eastern Mennonite University. You can usually find her with a cup of coffee in her hand and her trusty planner by her side as she goes between classes, meetings, and other campus activities. Elisabeth is the newest blogger for The Mennonite, Inc.  “Atheism is rampant […]

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Four reasons to support The Mennonite, Inc. on #GivingTuesday

11.15. 2016 Posted By: The Mennonite

#GivingTuesday, an alternative day of giving meant to counteract all the consumer spending on days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is tomorrow, Nov. 29.This day is important to The Mennonite, Inc. as we work to continue our ministry of bringing you Christ-centered, current Anabaptist content each and every day. Here are four good reasons […]

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The Chicago Cubs, patience and the slow work of God

10.24. 2016 Posted By: Hannah Heinzekehr

Hannah Heinzekehr is Executive Director of The Mennonite, Inc. In case you missed the news, on Saturday Oct. 22, the Chicago Cubs baseball team ended a 71-year drought when they won the Major League Baseball National League championship and a ticket to the World Series. In fact, the Cubs still hold the record for the […]

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