By Joanna Lois Albesa Would you still love the Lord even in the depths of agony and anguish of your soul and body? Even when He strips you of of […]
By Charissa Zehr It was “a war that nobody won,” writes historian Stanley Karnow of the United States’ decades-long military engagement in Vietnam. Ultimately, “its legacy [is] still to be […]
by Tom Beutel Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of […]
For all you peacemakers headed to Orlando for the Mennonite Church USA convention, be sure to come to the seminars the Peace and Justice Support Network will be leading or […]
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By Keith Lyndaker Schlabach Be not a fickle people be like unto them who cast their cloaks before He, whose loud Hosannas rang through the streets of Jerusalem, whose joyous […]
by Bert Newton Churches in at least four cities across the U.S held marches for peace and justice on Palm Sunday. Organized by Elkhart Advocates for Peace and Justice (EAPJ), […]