A Ukrainian community once known as New York, founded in 1889 by Mennonites, could once again be known by its surprisingly American original name.
Ela Castro always knew she wanted to spend her life serving those in need. She studied for years to earn her medical degree. She worked at a clinic. She was helping people, but something was missing. The 30-year-old felt called to serve, not just to work for a paycheck.
These plans are not just about good politics or good policy. They’re about what government can do to relieve human suffering, about whom government should invest in.
A memorial service for Earl Roth, who served for nearly four decades with Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo and as an administrator in North America, was held April 24 at Silverwood Mennonite Church in Goshen, Ind.