Kenya church planters are trained to multiply

Sep 28, 2015 by and

NAIROBI, Kenya — Multiplication — one of three Eastern Mennonite Missions core values — was at the heart of a training on “simple church” concepts and disciple-making movements July 13-23. Simple...

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Garifuna’s faithful growing fast

Aug 10, 2015 by and

COROZAL, Honduras — When 30 Garifuna believers gathered for encouragement and inspiration 25 years ago, they were the only Christians from that ethnic group that Eastern Mennonite Missions workers knew...

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Despite own trauma, Nepalis help others after quakes

Jun 15, 2015 by and

Binay Church Council, a group of Nepali Anabaptist fellowships, is reaching out to communities affected by the April and May earthquakes in Nepal with a goal of assisting 2,000 families. “These earthquakes...

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Real estate project in Kenya to fund mission work

May 11, 2015 by and

NAIROBI, Kenya — A real estate development, including dozens of condominiums, is coming to the property of Amani Gardens Inn, formerly the Mennonite Guest House, in Nairobi. The Mennonite Board in Eastern...

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EMM workers return to West Africa after Ebola crisis

Feb 16, 2015 by and

SALUNGA, Pa. — Four and a half months after leaving West Africa because of safety concerns connected to the Ebola crisis, a team of workers from Eastern Mennonite Missions is returning to their...

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Faith shines amid Central America’s violence, poverty

Dec 8, 2014 by and

Churches in Honduras and Guatemala are growing and thriving even in challenging contexts of violence and poverty, Eastern Mennonite Missions leaders observed Sept. 20-27. At Project MAMA, a community...

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Kenyan births peace churches in wake of violence

Oct 13, 2014 by , and

SOTIK, Kenya — One man has transformed the warring town of Sotik into a community of reconciliation and peace. George Nyaundi, a Mennonite pastor and church planter, has worked for peace in Sotik ever since...

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EMM returns 10 from Africa

Oct 13, 2014 by and

Five Eastern Mennonite Missions workers and their families returned to the United States Sept. 4 as a safety precaution after the first confirmed case of Ebola in Senegal. Beryl Forrester was volunteering in...

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Becoming good neighbors

Sep 1, 2014 by and

PORT HARCOURT, Nigeria — Fruitful relationships between Muslims and Christians are possible, even in places wracked by interfaith violence. More than 250 Bible school leaders took part in seminars on that...

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EMM Global Fair serves up a feast of cultures

Aug 4, 2014 by and

SALUNGA, Pa. — Nestled among the buildings of the oldest homestead in Lancaster County on July 12 were international flags, girls trying on chadars and the aroma of osh cooking over an open fire. The...

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Russian video seminary addresses religious pluralism

Apr 28, 2014 by and

KURSK, Russia — Trinity Video Seminary recorded a new video course taught by David Shenk, global consultant for Eastern Mennonite Missions, in March. “What Difference Does Jesus Make in a World of Many...

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Teaching as mission jumpstarts education careers

Feb 3, 2014 by and

LANCASTER, Pa. — While some young adults trained in education struggle to find work as teachers, Rebecca Martin and Malinda Stoner found experience teaching in Peru gave them a distinct advantage in the...

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