An honest broker?

Jun 4, 2018 by

Peacemakers believe it is possible to earn the trust of both sides in a conflict. They are careful not to divide the parties into friends and enemies. It’s a narrow path to walk, but Mennonites are trying to...

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Somewhere to be

Jun 1, 2018 by

I’m technically on a “blogging sabbatical,” but I decided to interrupt it to offer a few reflections and observations on a trip I’m presently on to Israel and Palestine. One of the things we...

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Our Christian hope

Dec 22, 2017 by

Today I am blessed to celebrate birthday No. 69. Family will surround me; we will eat seafood and carrot cake. It will be a special day. Then comes Christmas. I anticipate celebrating that day, too. And I’m...

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Countdown to the end?

Jul 18, 2016 by

The British vote to withdraw from the European Union set off a scramble to predict the political and economic implications. Biblical prophecy devotees also took notice. It’s become an article of faith among...

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Is Christianity too focused on the end times?

Feb 23, 2016 by

In 2012 I was 11 years old and in grade 6. My teacher (we’ll call her Mrs. Rose), a lovely lady and deeply devout in her faith, made an outrageous claim that showed pure ignorance. She suggested that we were...

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