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Better their bodies rot now than their souls rot in hell

11.26. 2018 Posted By: Tim Nafziger 1,349 read

Photo: Fr. Junipero Serra, founder of the Mission Dolores, is immortalized at a rest stop alongside Interstate 280 in California. Photo credit: Steve Boland, Flickr For four years now, I’ve been moderator for a Facebook group called “Anabaptist Collective.” Reading through the comments on a given week offers an interesting cross-section of Anabaptist thought among the […]

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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

11.23. 2018 Posted By: Ben Tapper 135 Times read

Here are five things worth paying attention to this week. I recommend selecting one or two and jumping in over the next week. I know I’ve been affected by the masculine norms mentioned in this video. Representative Ilhan Omar sheds light on the experience of refugees that are resettled in the United States. Miseducation lays […]

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Friday roundup: Five things worth paying attention to this week

11.16. 2018 Posted By: David and Leann Augsburger 273 Times read

This week sets conversations of happiness (Thanksgiving with a long table of friends) and sadness (our region is on fire) in sharp contrast. 1. This has been a week of loss on loss. In nearby Thousand Oaks, California, a shooter firing on celebrating college students, a half mile from our home a cyclist run down […]

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November recipe: Brussels sprouts with bacon

11.15. 2018 Posted By: The Hungry Hounds 161 Times read

Brussels sprouts are a miniature member of the cabbage family that has seen a well-deserved rise in popularity in recent years, with restaurants now featuring dishes like Brussels sprouts brushcetta, Brussels grilled cheese, raw Brussels slaw and charred Brussels pizza. As with all cabbage relatives, we particularly love our Brussels cooked at high heat with punchy accents […]

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The next step in assimilation

11.12. 2018 Posted By: Sarah Augustine 868 Times read

My father was removed from his mother and family, land, people, community and language at birth. He grew up in Denver, 350 miles from his mother’s birthplace and his native homeland. He was a ward of the state, raised in a foster home that housed up to a dozen boys at a time. When he […]

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¡Bienvenidos a Meno Acontecer de octubre, 2018!

10.31. 2018 Posted By: The Mennonite 92 Times read

Suscríbase gratis en: menoacontecer@themennonite.org Encuentre los números anteriores en: https://themennonite.org/spanish/menoacontecerarchivos/ Para leer más historias de Meno Acontecer, visite https://themennonite.org/the-latest/spanishes/ Versión para imprimir: Meno Acontecer PDF ME CONSIDERO VIAJERO NOMADA DIGITAL CON LA OFICINA EN LA MOCHILA. Estoy trabajando desde una cafetería de Starbucks en Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, con una conexión de internet excelente, (tengo el mar frente a mi). […]

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Open letter to Rabbi Myers, Tree of Life congregation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

10.30. 2018 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA 696 Times read

Dear Rabbi Myers, On behalf of the members and leaders of Mennonite Church USA, I would like to offer my deepest sympathies to those at Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha who lost friends and family members this past weekend during the shooting. It is hard to imagine the pain that you are feeling currently. During times […]

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