Faith Online: What would Jesus blog?

We are a plugged-in society, and that’s not changing. Increasingly, our interaction is happening primarily through social media. In so many ways this is fantastic — our networks are bigger, we can stay in touch with so many people. But as communication and relationships shift to the digital sphere, how do integrate our real lives and […]

Love is a Verb: When love does without us

Rev. Joanna Harader serves as pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas. In addition to all of the pastor stuff she does, Joanna also enjoys writing, reading, card-making, and playing board games. You can read more of her writing at SpaciousFaith.com. Several weeks ago I was at a church convention — the 40th anniversary […]

#WeAreMenno: The night I didn’t quit

Barbara Yoder teaches English as a Second Language at the University of Kansas.  Formerly, she worked as an art museum educator at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Tennessee.  She and her husband, Roger Martin, belong to Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas, where they both serve on the worship committee. This […]

#WeAreMenno: The night I didn’t fight

Roger Martin conceived and edited Explore, a University of Kansas research magazine that won 12 national awards in 14 years.  In 1990 a panel of Newsweek jurors named it one of the nation’s 10 best college/university magazines.  After that, he wrote commentaries about KU research that were broadcast on Kansas Public Radio, an NPR carrier, […]

#SomosMeno: Congregaciones menonitas actúan para apoyar a inmigrantes indocumentados

[English] Por Ardell Stauffer A veces, un día puede cambiarte la vida. En julio del 2013, los juveniles de la Iglesia Menonita de Walnut Hill, Goshen, Indiana, eligieron participar de un viaje de aprendizaje de jornada completa a la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México mientras asistían a la convención bienal de la Iglesia Menonita […]

#WeAreMenno: Mennonite congregations take action to support undocumented migrants

[Español] By Ardell Stauffer (Mennonite Church USA)—Sometimes one day can change your life. Youth from Walnut Hill Mennonite Church, Goshen, Ind., chose to participate in a one-day learning trip to the U.S.-Mexico border while attending Mennonite Church USA’s biennial convention in Phoenix in July 2013. Convention planners had organized the learning trips—led by the BorderLinks […]