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We want to impact this generation of Anabaptist people through training them to think properly—to really engage with the questions that our communities face today. Thinking is not just using bigger words or reading thicker books. It is learning the mind of Christ—learning to love God and others more.
 
MennoHealth Cast podcast is a production of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship in collaboration with The Mennonite, Inc. The first series, "Mennos in Medicine," consists of conversational interviews with Anabaptist folks working in various health fields. MennoHealth Cast seeks to highlight the personal stories of nurses, doctors, health researchers, dentists, chaplains, social workers, advanced practitioners and others involved in various fields related to the care of human beings. MennoHealth ...
 
Rapture Drill is a podcast dedicated to reframing Revelation, the End Times, and our weird obsession with the apocalypse. This show is curated by Kurt Willems and available online at TheologyCurator.com/RaptureDrill. It is part of the Theology Curator resource network. If you're ready to leave behind Left Behind: we get it. If you’ve been traumatized by doom-and-gloom preaching: let us bring you a good old-fashioned dose of hope. Together, we’ll explore the New Testament passages about the s ...
 
Spanish Description: Merienda es otro nombre para una cena o té ligero en la noche, y generalmente es informal y, a menudo, una oportunidad para reunirse con amigos. En este mismo sentido, en "Merienda Menonita," Jonathan Minchala y Peter Wigginton compartirán historias y conversarán con invitados sobre cómo vivir el llamado cristiano en América Latina. Juntos exploran cómo seguir a Cristo en la vida cotidiana, y qué puede ofrecer el anabautismo a la iglesia latinoamericana de hoy. "Merienda ...
 
Shalom Sistas is a podcast hosted by Osheta Moore, a wifey, writer, entrepreneur, and mom who loves to talk Shalom with her favorite women, her Shalom Sistas. While Shalom is often thought of as another word for peace, it’s actually a deep and wide concept of the world as it should be- whole, flourishing, and vibrant. Being a Shalom Sistah is as simple as seeing a need in the world and asking "how can I help?" Every episode Osheta will introduce a Shalom Sista who asked that question to shar ...
 
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Do foreign missions cause more harm or good? How can missionaries keep from merging their culture and the gospel? Three members of the Anabaptist Perspectives administrative team, Jaran, Marlin, and Reagan, discuss feedback that we have received from our audience.Jaran, Marlin, and Reagan are all frequent contributors to our Patron exclusive Ask An…
 
Many are concerned about young people reading non-Anabaptist authors, afraid that they will lose their way. Others try to discredit non-Anabaptists on their interpretation of a scriptural passage on the basis of an unrelated belief or lack thereof. How should we make our reading decisions, and how can we learn to appreciate the contributions of aut…
 
Nekeisha Alayna Alexis has written and published on the cross and atonement from a womanist and anabaptist perspective. Nekeisha brings practical, administrative and intellectual gifts to her work at the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS). As Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism (ICUR) coordinator, she leads a team of teaching fac…
 
Elizabeth Korver-Glenn is a sociologist who studies, writes, teaches, and speaks about many things, most of them in some way related to racism, White supremacy, or urban/neighborhoodinequality. Propelling it all is this aim: to do justice. Elizabeth is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of New Mexico. Her research and t…
 
A lot of emotion is being released as pandemic restrictions are phased out. How many rituals have we missed? How many formal occasions, how many worship experiences? How many losses are not yet grieved? How many joys have not been celebrated? How many blessings have gone unspoken or unheard during our pandemic year? In this episode of Messenger Rad…
 
Para concluir nuestra seria sobre el trabajo misionero en el norte de Argentina y sobre el libro “Misión sin Conquista”, Peter y Jonathan reflexionan sobre las seis entrevistas de la serie. To conclude our series on the missionary work in northern Argentina and on the book “Mission without Conquest,” Peter and Jonathan reflect on the six interviews…
 
On the Day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came to bless and honor difference, by allowing for bridging and understanding amongst differences. As we navigate the many differences in how we communicate, how we gather, and how we worship, especially in this season of transition toward resurrected life together, may we practice curiosity with ourselves …
 
Matt McLean is the founder and CEO of Uncle Matt’s Organic in Clermont, Florida. Matt joins us to talk about building a brand, dealing with adversity and the twists and turns the business has taken to get where it is today. This episode is part 1 of 2. Next month we will have Ben and Benny McLean of Uncle Matt’s Organics to talk about the agronomic…
 
Dr Susan Carland is an academic, writer, and social commentator. she completed her PhD in Monash University’s School of Political and Social Inquiry and is now the Director of the Bachelor of Global Studies. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for 2020, and an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) in 2020. Susan’s first monograph “…
 
Bartimaeus is blind and cries out asking Jesus to have mercy on him. Rather than assuming he knows what Bartimaeus means by ‘having mercy’, Jesus asks him a direct and open-ended question: "What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus creates space for Bartimaeus to have full agency in answering for himself, naming his need and his longing. As we prep…
 
En nuestra entrevista número 80 Jonathan y Peter terminan la serie sobre el trabajo de Misión sin Conquista en el norte de Argentina con los pueblos indígenas. Conversan con el lider indígena Juan Victorica del chaco sobre la iglesia indígena y su comunidad. In our 80th interview Jonathan and Peter end the series on the work of Mission without Conq…
 
Esther Bucher talks about her experience as an occupational therapist, how she came to her profession in her forties and her two service terms abroad with different Mennonite mission groups, including time in Vietnam as a MCC service worker where she worked with victims of Agent Orange.By The Mennonite and Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship
 
It is impossible to live without tradition. How can we minimize the liabilities? How can we use tradition for our benefit?“The most destructive traditions that are there claim not to be traditions. Our job is many times to excavate a little bit behind and say, ‘Well, there is actually continuity here. This is a tradition too: here are the strengths…
 
Looking to the sacred text of John’s gospel, and the sacred text of creation, Pastor Megan ponders resurrection as not only a powerful Way of Life, but specifically as we emerge from the worst of the pandemic and begin our journey of return to incarnational community together. Bear witness to the powerful witness of fireweed at Lawetlat'la (name gi…
 
Siguiendo nuestra serie sobre el trabajo con las iglesias Toba Qom en el norte de Argentina , Jonathan y Peter conversan con Rafael Mansilla, lider de la iglesia indígena. Rafael comparte sobre la historia de la misión y también sobre los retos actuales de su pueblo. Following our series on working with the Toba Qom churches in northern Argentina, …
 
What is the importance of knowing Hebrew? Why would one go to Cambridge to study language? Vince Beiler explains how understanding the original languages of the Bible helps us to understand it better.“So much [of] what you see in the Hebrew Bible is an open ended discussion, an invitation to think about something on a much deeper level.”Buy: “Genes…
 
Carol Ng’ang’a is a very dear friend of the Inverse community, and is a key part of leading our Subversive Seminary and Liberating Sunday School groups weekly. She is a community development practitioner, and has a BTh in Community Development from Cornerstone Institute in Cape Town. Carol has spent the last ten years walking alongside various comm…
 
The Holy Spirit comes to a community in the Pentecost story. And so we hear Scriptural reflections from our community. Pastor Megan shares what our Spiritual Leadership Team noticed and wondered about together as we dwelt in this story during Saturday’s meeting (in our morning practice of lectio divina). We are a people who gather around our center…
 
Secularism as an ideology is influencing Christian thought and practice in the church more and more in the Western world. What does a Jesus-centred, counter-cultural way look like in a secular age? Where does the Gospel invite us to affirm secular culture and where does the Gospel invite us to become wary of the assumptions embedded in secular cult…
 
Does being human require tradition? What are examples of tradition in Scripture? Kyle Stoltzfus explains the necessity of tradition in Christianity.“This is about benefiting from, appreciating, and participating in a cultural legacy larger than oneself. The central burden is that we are recipients of spiritual and moral wealth. We can respond in a …
 
Siguiendo en nuestra serie sobre el trabajo misionero con las comunidades indígenas del norte de Argentina, Peter y Jonathan conversan con un obrero fraternal del equipo menonita actual, José Oyanguren. José comparte sobre el trabajo actual con los líderes indígenas. Continuing in our series on missionary work with indigenous communities in norther…
 
Tracy Kilheffer shares on discovering the rhythms of the daily office and sabbath as part of our Beneath the Surface Series. The heart of this series is to invite people into a journey of exploring authentic faith and profound love for God while uncovering powerful pathways for transformation through the integration of emotional health and spiritua…
 
What if you could combine the poetic social commentary of James Baldwin, the prophetic fire of Bob Marley, and the contemporary sounds of John Legend? Andre’s alternative R&B music would be at that intersection. His unique “Future Reggae” sound combines a little Atlanta and a little Montego Bay. As an award-winning singer-songwriter and music produ…
 
Paul insists to the Galatians that all who follow Jesus are adoptees into the family of God and thus we receive our inheritance...not gold or property but Spiritual riches. As all adoptees know, family is the people who take care of you and who you take care of. Through the Spirit we can focus not on selfish desire but on taking care of each other …
 
Daniel felt God’s call to serve in China. While planting churches in China, he started applying parts of the Bible that are frequently associated with Anabaptism. Listen to Daniel’s encouraging journey of being sold out to Christ and his work.In an upcoming episode Daniel shares more stories of the Chinese church.Buy David Bercot’s books: https://s…
 
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