There was no “Anabaptist theology” in the 16th century. There were many Anabaptist theologies, says Astrid von Schlachta. The German Mennonite historian is leading the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Anabaptism in 2025. “Daring” is the name of this joint project of Mennonites and Baptists that considers what an Anabaptist movement means for the church today in light of its history.
For Mennonite Economic Development Associates, taking care of clients — and business in general — during the COVID-19 pandemic has meant providing new services in several countries, including Tanzania, Ethiopia and Myanmar.
As a sociologist, writer, teacher and activist, Calvin Redekop has contributed mightily wherever he went and visibly altered the worlds of church, business, service and the environment.