As printed publications struggle to remain viable in the digital age, a new conservative Anabaptist magazine hopes to buck the trend by bucking subscriptions.
It was a great privilege to visit churches in Japan as a Mennonite World Conference regional representative. In Japan, there are 73 congregations and 2,801 members. The purpose of my visit was to introduce MWC and its relationship with national member churches. The theme I prepared was “we need each other to grow together in the body of Christ.”
NORTH NEWTON, Kan. — The trophies and destruction left by battles are many, but items that tell the stories of war resisters are scarce. The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Mo., is planning to recognize conscientious objectors at a special event next year. Bethel College’s Kauffman Museum is developing an exhibit on war resisters for the national museum.