The gift of communication

Jessie F. Kamoto is ordained to serve the Brethren in Christ Churches in Malawi. She serves alongside her husband who is a bishop.
Release date: 
Monday, 19 December 2016

Bogotá, Colombia - Where can you find testimonies from church leaders in the Global South, perspectives on current events from global Anabaptist church leaders, and keep up with the latest resources and events in the Mennonite World Conference community? In MWC Info, a monthly newsletter that points to news and stories on our website.

Subscribers around the world receive Info free in MWC’s official three languages – and soon more. If you’ve appreciated these stories, please consider including MWC Communications in your year-end giving. Here are a few of the ways your donation makes a difference:

  1. Stories from the global church help us to grow. When we discover the global Anabaptist family through Mennonite World Conference Communications, we become part of something larger than us. The maturity and energy of other congregations instructs and inspires us to remain faithful in following Jesus in our context. We move past an attitude of “we know better,” into one of working together and learning from each other.
  2. We can better support each other in our global family. When we pray for each other, we help bear each other’s burdens. With the MWC Prayer Network, and prayers in Info and on Facebook, we better know how to pray for brothers and sisters around the world.
  3. We hear from people from each continent: “My spiritual journey,” a testimony of the first woman ordained to the Brethren in Christ Church in southern Africa; “We need each other” a report on Northeast Asian regional representative Kyong Jung Kim’s visit with Japanese churches; “My Cry is Heard” World Fellowship Sunday worship resources prepared by our European churches; “The road to peace after the plebiscite in Colombia,” reflections on the role of churches in Colombia’s long awaited peace process by Latin American (Andean) regional representative and peacebuilding professional Pablo Stucky.
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