When Montbéliard Prairie Church expanded its building in 2017, it gained a space to reach out to the community outside of Sundays.
Mennonite Central Committee’s newest program for 18- to 20-year-olds offers six months of service, discipleship training and cross-cultural sharing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Several families from a Mennonite colony in Campeche, Mexico, arrived in Angola earlier this year to begin a new settlement in the African nation.
The third Global Mennonite Peacebuilding Conference and Festival drew 160 people from 20 countries to Harrisonburg, Va., June 15-18.
At first glance, the office appears unremarkable, but for the photograph of Vladimir Putin on a bookcase and the Russian flag on the desk.
An Ethiopian preschool for disadvantaged children ended up teaching a message of peace to parents that saved a life.
Low German Mennonites from across Latin America continue to seek out opportunities to acquire land for new settlements around the world. Die Mennonitische Post reported a group of six people traveled from Paraguay to visit the Democratic Republic of Congo May 12-22.
Leaders of the Evangelical Mennonite Church of Burkina Faso expressed their opposition to a war tax and were relieved to find out the payment was not required.
Elton DaSilva, national director for the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, will leave that role in October and become global director of the International Community of Mennonite Brethren.