MennoMedia hires staff for Anabaptism quincentenary

MennoMedia has hired John D. Roth left, and Mollee Moua to oversee development of resources to be released in 2025 in conjunction with the 500th anniversary of Anabaptism. — MennoMedia MennoMedia has hired John D. Roth left, and Mollee Moua to oversee development of resources to be released in 2025 in conjunction with the 500th anniversary of Anabaptism. — MennoMedia

MennoMedia has hired John D. Roth of Goshen, Ind., and Mollee Moua of Kitchener, Ont., to oversee development of resources to be released in 2025 in conjunction with the 500th anniversary of Anabaptism.

“We are excited to welcome John and Mollee to help us envision what a suite of resources could include. It’s our hope that this suite will help Anabaptists look back at what has sustained our faith and live forward in our faith,” said Amy Gingerich, MennoMedia publisher.

Roth, a Mennonite author and professor of history, is taking early retirement from Goshen College after 36 years to lead the initiative as project director. He will work from Goshen.

Moua joins the MennoMedia staff from Mennonite Church Eastern Canada, where she was courageous imagination project manager. Currently serving on the editorial board for Leader magazine, Moua is working to complete a master’s degree in theological studies from Conrad Grebel University College. She will work from Kitchener as managing editor.

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