Monthly Archives: January 2015


Today I write from the library at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, IN. I am here with fellow pastors, theologians, professors, students and denominational leaders trying to define an Anabaptist Christian. It turns out this is not altogether possible … Continue reading

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The Mennonite globetrotters

This Sunday at Rainbow we will observe and maybe even celebrate what is called Mennonite World Fellowship Sunday. Why? Each year Anabaptist-related churches around the world are encouraged by Mennonite World Conference to worship around a common theme on a … Continue reading

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Missing the land that was promised

On January 11 Rachel Hostetler and I attended the Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Service sponsored by The Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Kansas City and Jewish Community Relations Bureau/American Jewish Committee. We heard an impassioned speech by Rev. … Continue reading

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