Several families from a Mennonite colony in Campeche, Mexico, arrived in Angola earlier this year to begin a new settlement in the African nation.
Low German Colony Mennonites have purchased nearly 350 square miles of land in Suriname, with the goal of establishing a new settlement.
The World Council of Churches has appointed a Mennonite as one of its observer participants in the next stage of a peace process addressing armed conflict in Colombia.
Byrdalene kay Horst, 81, of Goshen, Ind., a mission worker who accompanied Indigenous churches in northern Argentina from 1971 to 2010, died March 21.
About 130 Anabaptists from nine conferences in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela gathered to explore themes of reconciliation Feb. 18-21 in Quito, Ecuador.
Almost the whole movie Women Talking takes place in a barn. Women, sitting on hay bales, talk about how to respond to terrible violence.