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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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What can the humanities add to Anabaptism? How do we correctly respond to secular views within the humanities? In this episode, Josh Nisley discusses how the field of the humanities can help us to better understand the world. He encourages us to not too quickly dismiss what others believe, but to seek to understand, critically engage with, and pres…
 
Reflecting on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, we remember the King rejected by polite society, pushed to the fringes of social discourse, and still relentless in his concern for justice in his fight against racism, economic exploitation, and militarism. This sermon focuses on King’s last days and last speech, while considering “the mark of Ca…
 
Crowds. They can be riotous, violent, insurrectionist mobs, afraid of losing power and hellbent on throwing a prophet off a cliff. Or they can be boisterous, hope-filled, sleeves-rolled-up masses resolved to build a movement for liberation. We meet both kinds in Luke's gospel and in our nation, both past and present. Recalling Jesus' inaugural teac…
 
En esta decimoprimera entrevista sobre “La esencia del anabautismo”, Peter y Jonathan conversan con estudiantes del Instituto Bíblico Asunción: Lucas Oliveira y Abigail Millán sobre como el Espiritu Santo obra en nuestras vidas y en nuestras congregaciones.By Anabaptist World and Mennonite Mission Network
 
My words are stuck God Do I rage or do I weep? Wrap me in your grace “Haiku prayers” posted by John Stevens in Narrative Lectionary facebook group -- This week's images of white supremacy storming and occupying our Capitol have caused many of us to rage and weep. In short, to grieve. This was supposed to be a sermon about discerning paths, and in m…
 
En esta decima entrevista sobre “La esencia del anabautismo”, Peter y Jonathan conversan con Juan Pablo Lederach, autor y practicante de transformaciones de conflictos a nivel mundial, sobre el trabajo de reconciliación en el mundo. In this tenth interview on “The Essence of Anabaptism,” Peter and Jonathan talk with Joh Paul Lederach, author and pr…
 
In this episode, Merle Weaver describes the vision that he has for sending Anabaptist teams to the 10/40 window, a section of the globe that contains about two-thirds of the earth’s population and an estimated one billion people who have not heard the gospel. He also shares ways that he believes Anabaptists could enter restricted countries when sev…
 
En esta novena entrevista sobre “La esencia del anabautismo”, Jonathan y Peter conversan con Sandra Baez sobre la reconciliación entre hermanos y hermanas de la comunidad de Cristo. In this ninth interview on “Anabaptist Essentials,” Jonathan and Peter talk with Sandra Baez about reconciliation between brothers and sisters in the community of Chris…
 
After a much-needed break, we are excited to announce the launch of Season 2! In season 2 we explore new questions about cultures of transformative healing with ethnomusicologists, musicians, educators, and peacebuilders. Join us as we explore episodes on Balinese Gamelan, Compassionate Music Teaching, Building Bridges of Storytelling, and much mor…
 
Sarah Augustine preached on the story of the boy Jesus in the temple. We connected deeply with Mary, dealing with a shamelessly unapologetic pre-teen son. And then - firmly identifying with his parents - Sarah invited us to see the freedom and unencumbered way of youth as the gift that it can be and - indeed - is. Unsettling as it can be. We are of…
 
The Holy Spirit is on the move! The prophets Anna and Simeon are channeled by our own resident prophet Rita Kowats, this first Sunday of Christmas. The elders of Jerusalem wait, looking for the Spirit, ready to receive the infant Jesus and to declare the salvation of Israel. We are encouraged by these beloved elders - in scripture and in our midst …
 
What is it like to live in Jerusalem? How does watching the Israel-Palestine relations firsthand affect one’s view? In this episode, Josh shares life lessons that he learned while living and working in Jerusalem. Josh encourages us to remember that the narrative behind the interactions of Israelis and Palestinians is complex. This is the 109th epis…
 
This week on Dan Dan & Ann Ann, we are joined by guests of episodes past to talk about Christmas and end of year highlights, share songs and poems, and are visited by special guest and episode sponsor Daddy Christmas. https://archive.org/download/ddaaa-dec-23rd/DDAAA%20Dec%2023rd.mp3 __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initDynamicSlot({ id: 'atatags-…
 
This episode is a sequel to the episode released last week, consider watching it first if you have not already. In today’s episode, Clyde Zimmerman shares stories from his experience overseas while helping with the SALT program described in the previous episode. He presents practical examples of the way that SALT helps communities, and tells storie…
 
This week in worship we continue to explore the rich and fertile darkness of Advent, hearing with Mary the invitation to partner with God in offering a home for God-with-us in her own body. And we experience a pageant like we've never done it before! Our families rose to the challenge of enacting and dramatizing the Christmas story from their own h…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Christ the King Lutheran Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Katie Luther: Ready for Love Subtitle: Ready: Advent With the Saints Speaker: Rev. Aaron Reinking Broadcaster: Christ the King Lutheran Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/20/2020 Bible: Proverbs 31:10-31 Length: 17 min.…
 
Isaiah 61 involves some of the same geographies that are in the news today: Iraq, Israel, and Iran. Iraq roughly correlates with the ancient nation of Babylon. In 597 BC, Babylon invades Judah — the remaining southern kingdom of Israel that hadn’t yet fallen. Judah becomes an occupied territory. Ten years later Jerusalem is leveled. In 539 BC, Pers…
 
In this episode, Clyde Zimmerman describes the ways in which he was been involved in helping with community development across the globe. He recounts how he has been able to assist those in impoverished areas, and shares lessons he has learned as he has observed people from across the globe.Learn more about SALT: https://christianaidministries.org/…
 
Prepare for a fun time as we playfully recognize students who have remained ENGAGED and provided LEADERSHIP in the midst of this most unique semester! Our hosts are Tyler Goss and Emily Powell, along with other faculty and staff, unveiling and honoring undergraduate and graduate students as well as student organizations/clubs/groups that have been …
 
Seeds are germinated and nurtured in the deep dark black of soil. A newly liberated people draws on this rich metaphor in understanding how God's jubilee vision grows in them: from tender shoots of justice and praise, into oaks of righteousness. The prophet Isaiah helps proclaim God's release to these former captives, attending to their bodies and …
 
How does one’s relationship with a brother affect his relationship with Christ? How is the Anabaptist view of church different than the Roman Catholic and Protestant views? In this episode, Val Yoder describes his understanding of how Christ calls his Church to operate within local congregations. To help understand the Anabaptist view, he compares …
 
Advent is a season of preparation — doing the work of getting ready for the Lord to come. Yet this year preparing for advent has felt really tough, and the stakes for what’s coming have never felt so high. This year has been hard. Yet Isaiah 40:26-31 points us toward God and his strength and presence in our weariness. Our hope is in midst of the me…
 
In many ways, Advent is a prayer. We come to this time amid our own trials, amid a world of uncertainty and hurt — real pressures and hardships — but we also come with an expectation and a hope. We come bearing one another’s burdens and we come in anticipation of a coming Savior. It is a season long prayer — a meditation that is both lament and hop…
 
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