Anabaptist Disabilities Network and Discipleship Ministries of the Church of the Brethren will co-sponsor a free webinar with Amy Julia Becker, “Do We Want to Get Well? Healing What Divides Us,” Jan. 21.
A new children’s book by a Manitoba author and illustrator addresses racism through hockey and adoption.
Mennonite Church USA announced Jan. 5 it is continuing to plan for both in-person and virtual programming at its biennial convention, scheduled for July 6-10 at Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati.
A man who was charged this summer with kidnapping a Lancaster County, Pa., Amish teenager has now been charged with her murder. Linda Stoltzfoos, 18, disappeared June 21 while walking home from church to her parents’ Upper Leacock Township home.
Mennonite Creation Care Network announced Dec. 23 that Wendy Janzen of Kitchener, Ont., is the 2020 recipient of its Art and Jocele Meyer Award.
Samuel S. Funkhouser began his role as executive director of the Brethren & Mennonite Heritage Center in Harrisonburg, Va., on Jan. 1.