As the tragic toll of the Feb. 6 earthquakes continues to unfold in Syria, Mennonite Central Committee is working with long-term partners in Aleppo and surrounding areas to meet urgent needs.
There are many reasons to get baptized in India, not all of them spiritual.
About 1,000 Christians from more than 20 villages in Narayanpur and Kondagaon districts of Chhattisgarh state in India have fled mobs that attacked people and church buildings.
Lower than expected expenses helped the Mennonite World Conference Assembly in Indonesia avoid a deficit.
Mesach Krisetya, 83, an Indonesian theologian, professor and academic administrator who was president of Mennonite World Conference from 1997 to 2003, died Sept. 30.
The Mennonite World Conference General Council selected new continental representatives for MWC’s Executive Committee during meetings connected to the July 5-10 assembly in Indonesia.