Monday, February 24, 2020

Congregations encouraged to learn about human trafficking

The USMB Board of Faith and Life is encouraging congregations to become more informed and involved in ending human slavery and trafficking by observing...
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20/20 vision

I still remember my amazement when I got my first pair of glasses in fourth grade. As we drove home from the optometrist’s office,...

The Cross is center

In this next season in the life of USMB, I’m asking our USMB staff to revel in the full breadth of God’s work at...

My God is bigger

“Dear infertility, you can’t  have me. My God is bigger than you.” These were my fighting words as my husband, Donny, and I faced a...

Change of plans

“It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power when...

Will you be my neighbor?

Donna and I spent Thanksgiving Day together without our children and grandchildren. We had gathered the weekend before, as is our custom, and enjoyed...

This is us

As I think about doing mission and ministry as a conference of churches, I think in terms of a family. It’s a family, with...

Minnesota church plant now gathers on Sundays

Christian and Erica Kohs are passionate about God’s work through the local church and have spent the last decade serving in pastoral ministry in...

The ministry of listening

It was a most uncomfortable few moments in an otherwise glorious time together as a family. We were enjoying the beauty of California’s Avila...

MDS assessment personnel visiting Puerto Rico

Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS) regional operations coordinator, Larry Stoner, arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, to begin a 10-day assessment...