In preparation for the Mennonite World Conference assembly in July, the event was co-sponsored by Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, Brethren in Christ . . .
“I don’t know anything about farming,” Brown said, during the “Frontier Luncheon” in late May at Eastern Mennonite University’s Summer Peacebuilding Institute. “I watched Youtube videos.”
He hasn’t let this knowledge deficit stop him from seeking a life of service, however.
Brown started First Fruits Farm in Louisburg, N.C., in 2013 after deciding to leave behind a successful NFL career.
Prior to his disappearance on that date, John Calaba advocated with PeaceBuilders Community Inc. for the cessation of logging on ancestral Dulangan Manobo lands.
PBCI is a Mennonite Church Canada supported ministry increasingly recognized as a bridge builder . . .