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¡Edición dedicada a la mujer Meno Acontecer de enero, 2019!

1.23. 2019 Posted By: The Mennonite

Suscríbase gratis en: Encuentre los números anteriores en: Para leer más historias de Meno Acontecer, visite Versión para imprimir: Meno Acontecer PDF Generación de mujeres completamente nueva, profesionales, activas y autónomas. Hace varios años un matrimonio joven me hospedó en su hogar, para mi admiración noté que el esposo era el amo de casa al cuidado […]

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Women claim healthy boundaries

8.10. 2018 Posted By: The Mennonite

There was beauty in the room as women and girls from 12 different states entered a sacred space July 26-27 in Omaha, Nebraska, to explore and claim healthy personal boundaries. I breathed a prayer of thanks that I could attend “Empowering Women: Claiming Healthy Personal Boundaries,” a collaboration of Mennonite Women USA and Dove’s Nest. […]

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The importance of role models

5.4. 2018 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Maribel Ramírez Hinojosa is a clinical psychologist in College Station, Texas. She was born in Nuevo León, México, and in the 1980s immigrated to central California, where she and her family joined a Mennonite church. Her Anabaptist upbringing and her training as a marriage and family therapist and clinical psychologist were instrumental in developing her passion […]

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I love myself — a story of revolution

1.6. 2017 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Jenny Castro is communications associate and coordinator of the Women in Leadership Project for Mennonite Church USA. This article originally appeared in the fall issue of Mennonite Women USA’s Timbrel magazine and on Mennonite Church USA’s Menno Snapshots blog. When my spouse Jake and I decided to marry back in 2001, we knew we weren’t […]

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My spiritual journey: A testimony from the first woman to be ordained in Brethren in Christ churches in Southern Africa

10.21. 2016 Posted By: The Mennonite

Jessie F. Kamoto is ordained to serve the Brethren in Christ Churches in Malawi. She serves alongside her husband who is a bishop. This piece was produced by Mennonite World Conference.  My name is Jessie Francis Kamoto. I was born on November 20, 1975 in a Christian family, members of Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP). […]

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Hair that wasn’t there before; a celebration of the body

10.30. 2015 Posted By: wearemenno

Jenny Castro is a communications associate and the coordinator of the Women in Leadership Project for Mennonite Church USA. This article first appeared in Timbrel magazine, a publication of Mennonite Women USA and online at the Mennonite Church USA Menno Snapshots blog. A few weeks ago my son came up to me while I was cooking, raised […]

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“Hey, denomination, can I bend your ear for a tick?” Part 1

7.6. 2015 Posted By: Malinda Elizabeth Berry Berry

Last year, Anna Groff asked me to join the team of bloggers for The Mennonite, and I said yes. I even had a plan for what I was going to write about: reflections on a series of Christian practices that the 21st-century Church can do to be relevant to the world and deepen the spirituality […]

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