Everything that frustrates me about the Anabaptist tradition

Jun 27, 2019 by

My theological leanings don’t define me. Each one of us is God’s creation, the apple of his eye. That’s where I intend to reside. Yet, identifying the framework through which we view Scripture, and...

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Just a ‘Jesus follower’? Why denominations still matter

Mar 26, 2019 by and

It’s become common among some Protestants, especially evangelicals, to call themselves “Jesus followers.” Not Christians. Not Baptists or Pentecostals. Not members of the Presbyterian Church in America...

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Pastor’s credentials restored, in a different conference

Sep 7, 2018 by and

A North Carolina pastor who was sanctioned for officiating a same-sex wedding is back in good standing after his congregation switched conferences. Mennonite Church USA announced Sept. 7 that Central District...

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How can we judge those outside the church?

Apr 16, 2018 by

When I got home from work, the unopened envelope was sitting there on the desk. I knew what it was before I even read it. It was a jury duty summons to the Tehama County Superior Court. Though I had never...

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World’s infiltration

Sep 12, 2016 by

Has the world infiltrated the mainline Mennonite church? The church should be a place for anyone to go to for the redemption of our souls, not to justify our sins. It is grief beyond measure to witness the...

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