Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Seven tips for creating engaging online events

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Gathering in person was limited or restricted around the world in 2020. Many congregations moved their services online, using this virtual means of connection....

Following Jesus into the world—that’s who we are

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Last in a series of five MCC centennial columns to mark 100 years of sharing God’s love and compassion for all by Ann Graber...

The 1 percent

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This Thanksgiving wasn’t so kind to the families of the quarter of a million people in the U.S. who parted this world into eternity...

Choosing Christ’s way of reconciliation

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The USMB Board of Faith and Life affirms this statement requested by the leaders of Mennonite Central Committee U.S.’ supporting denominations—Beachy Amish Mennonite Churches,...

Why I am thankful for MCC

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Hans shoved his arm through the tangle of the Russian Red soldiers' arms and grabbed a hot potato from the bowl that his mother,...

When singing together isn’t safe

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With stay-at-home orders being lifted across much of the U.S. and Canada, churches are thinking about what it will look like to open their...

Building peace is our calling

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This is the third in a series of five MCC centennial columns written by J Ron Byler, MCC U.S. executive director, to mark 100...

What will church look like as COVID-19 restrictions ease?

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As stay-at-home guidelines are eased and church doors and sanctuaries reopen, worship and church ministries will, undoubtedly, look different than before the COVID-19 outbreak....