Always reforming

Sep 11, 2017 by

The church is always reforming. Exhausting as it is, it’s a necessity. Just as our bodies continually fight death by renewing themselves every way they possibly can, healthy church bodies must do the...

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Founders of new college draw from Anabaptism

Aug 28, 2017 by and

A new liberal arts college named after an Anabaptist martyr plans to open next fall in Boston, expecting to start with about 30 students. Sattler College intends to combine a rigorous education with guidance...

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Kingdom Fellowship Weekend seeks ‘pilgrim church’

Jun 19, 2017 by and

A gathering of 20 young adults for Bible study, prayer and fellowship 13 years ago has grown into an annual event that draws about 1,000 people from conservative Anabaptist congregations and others interested...

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Conservative young women publish magazines

Apr 24, 2017 by and

Heather Lehman thought of producing her own publication for as long as she can remember. Growing up in Singers Glen, Va., she put together one-page newsletters decorated with markers, later expanding to family...

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Plain groups: work-family bond resists worldly ways

Mar 27, 2017 by and

HURRICANE MILLS, Tenn. — Today’s North American economy presents daunting challenges for building the ideal faith community, according to David Martin of Cheyenne, Wyo. “Why does there seem to be among...

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What Mary doesn’t tell you

Dec 8, 2016 by

“Mary!” Ben yelled. “Get downstairs and check your soup! It’s boiling over! How dumb can you be? Don’t you know that you just don’t walk off when you’re cooking? Hurry!” “I’m coming,”...

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New magazine promotes conservative Anabaptism

Oct 10, 2016 by and

As printed publications struggle to remain viable in the digital age, a new conservative Anabaptist magazine hopes to buck the trend by bucking subscriptions. Anabaptist Voice’s first quarterly issue was...

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