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A fundraising letter with a 14.8 percent response rate.
Pastoral colleagues, Karen Sethuraman and Gordon McDade, thought they were doing everything right. "But when it came to integrating those who had no church background, it was a complete culture clash," McDade said.
Goshen College made history as the national anthem was played for the first time since...
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, churches across the country will participate in Election Day Communion, a national movement to unite Christians of all denominations, despite political differences. "The practice of communion is an inherently political act," wrote co-founder Mark Schloneger for CNN's Belief blog.
Children splashed through the monsoon rains and raced, dripping, into the Learning Center in U-Vietnam, a fishing village along the Cambodian coast. Under the shelter of the tin roof, 10 students gathered to learn.
Paul Nelson, former mission innovator in Ireland, died Sept. 13, 2018, at Souderton (Pennsylvania) Mennonite Home. He was 67 years old. Nelson was born Apr. 23, 1951, in Wayland, Iowa, to Boyd H. and Welma B. (Graber) Nelson.
Nora Marleni Martínez of Metapan, El Salvador, is in the first group of students in a regional Peace and Justice Institute program of the Seminario Anabautista Latinoamericano (SEMILLA). Now, some SEMILLA courses are online, making it possible for Martínez to only travel a long-distance half as often.
By Kelsey Shue, a junior communication major from Dalton, Ohio On Tuesday, Dec. 1, junior Kelsey Shue's essay about lessons from her high school car aired on WVPE-88.1 FM. I believe that clunker cars build character. It was the first sunny day in the spring of my freshman year of high school in Kidron, Ohio.