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7 Dec 2019 - “Isisu somhambi asinganani, singangophondo lwempunzi. Literally: the stomach of a traveller is as tiny as the horn of a buck.” Volunteer MWC Regional Representative for Southern Africa Barbara Nkala learned generosity from childhood. Read more...
7 Dec 2019 - Those of us who have seen migration up close know that is an issue that concerns the people of God. Those who migrate – leaving their security and comfort behind – expose themselves to adversity and an uncertain future. Read more...
25 Nov 2019 - Migrants take many forms and have many motivations. Sometimes they are us, sometimes they are “other,” but always God’s call is to love. How will Anabaptists in all corners of the globe take up the call? Read more...
23 Nov 2019 - Since beginning in Europe, the Anabaptist movement has had a migrant identity. The theological foundations that gave it life intersect with today’s migrant reality, presenting challenges for the missional, pastoral and social justice work of our global Anabaptist family. Read more...
26 Oct 2019 - The Mission Commission facilitates the Global Mission Fellowship (GMF), a global fellowship of dialogue, support and connection for Anabaptist-related churches and mission groups. There are 71 member organizations operating out of 36 countries. Read more...
25 Oct 2019 - The reality of migration is not something that only the Minority World countries face. This is a global phenomenon. As such, many of our churches in different cultures face the same dilemma: Should we back anti-immigration laws in our country? or should we help those that are arriving despite their legal status? Read more...
6 Sep 2019 - From my platform seat at Mopulu Mennonite Church in Ngaba, Democratic Republic of Congo, I can see everyone in the congregation during worship. Children near the front are captivated as a series of choirs come forward to praise God: women’s choir, men’s choir, young women’s choir...and children’s choir. Even the youngest know they are valued and needed. Read more...
30 Aug 2019 - This is a profound letter written by Paul. Rarely do we take the time to think about the conditions under which this letter was written in Philippi, but it is important to analyze the context of the author a bit in order to understand the why and the intentions behind the words. Read more...
9 Aug 2019 - “Impress them upon your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up” (Deuteronomy 6:7). This was a direct command to the Israelites from God to teach children God’s Word thousands of years ago, because children are important to God. God created children, loves them and, most importantly, does not want them to perish. This... Read more...
2 Aug 2019 - Children’s ministry has been the focus of this edition of the Courier in the interest of ensuring that our global church continues through the local congregations to be a place of refuge and hospitality for the girls and boys of society. Read more...

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