Tim Huber is associate editor at Anabaptist World. He worked at Mennonite World Review since 2011. A graduate of Tabor College, he and his wife Heidi Huber served with Mennonite Central Committee in Germany, where the first of their three children were born. His family attends Shalom Mennonite Church in Newton, Kan.
When a small Canadian Mennonite conference began going through boxes of old documents a couple of months ago, it found an artifact of significance to Mennonites across the country.
The Christian Mennonite Conference, which changed its name from Chortitzer Mennonite Conference in April, had been sitting literally on top of the Canadian government’s original 19th-century invitation to Mennonites in Ukraine and Russia.