New Yorkers find opportunities in COVID crisis

May 18, 2020 by and

Pastor has ear of the powerful NEW YORK — Al Taylor, pastor at Infinity Mennonite Church, sees the coronavirus as a trial that is growing the church, somewhat like the persecution of the early church in...

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The price of war

Jan 27, 2020 by

U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California tweeted on Jan. 5, “While Democrats are trying to remove President Trump from office, the president is focused on removing terrorists from the face of the earth.” How...

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Community will save the world

Feb 11, 2015 by

I once read a blog post by a Unitarian pastor who said she believed community would save the world. I think she may be right. In fact, I think this is just another way of saying what Jesus said: that the...

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Government to pay fees of Conestoga attorneys

Feb 2, 2015 by

The federal government will pay $570,000 in legal fees to attorneys who worked with a Mennonite-owned Pennsylvania cabinet company that challenged a birth control mandate last year at the Supreme...

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Church plan still meets health needs

May 12, 2014 by and

Officials with Mennonite Church USA’s Corinthian Plan say even with the Affordable Care Act in place, there’s still value in the church having its own health insurance plan. “We want to encourage...

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Do companies have religious rights? Supreme Court to rule

Mar 30, 2014 by and

WASHINGTON — When two corporations owned by Christian families, one of them Mennonite, filed suit over the Affordable Care Act, they described their complaint in simple terms: The government is forcing them...

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