Vol 4:23 Missional Vision: We Shall Do Greater Things

This past week I was at the Mennonite Church USA Convention in Phoenix in which we discerned how to respond to the issue of immigration in the United States – how do we embrace the stranger among us, especially when they appear as undocumentable immigrants. On our first evening of worship, we sang God of this City by Chris Tomlin. The chorus of this song expresses: For greater things have...
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Vol 3:34 Mission and Getting in the Way of Violence

The horrific happenings of this week with the shootings of 20 children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut not only cause to be angry and to grieve and mourn with the families whose lives have been deeply changed forever, but also foster within me a greater impetus, a greater passion to participate with God in God’s redemptive mission in our broken world. The...
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Vol 3:1 Participating with God in God’s Mission in the Ordinary Rhythms of Our Lives

For those who do not follow a liturgical calendar, we are entering the season of Epiphany. Epiphany is a Greek word meaning “manifestation.” Epiphany is a time of God’s presence being revealed through the discovery by the magi that God has come to be among us in being born as a human being in the person of Jesus. God being manifested in Jesus reveals God up close and personal to the...
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