To witness is to observe a statement or action or to profess one’s religious beliefs. We can witness God’s work in the world or humans’ good and harmful deeds. We can proclaim our beliefs, in words and actions, to one another within and beyond our faith communities.
Conversation with Katie Graber and Anneli Loepp Thiessen, the guest editors of the April 2020 issue, “Worship and Witness.” Read the issue here.
Kim SeongHan is Representative for MCC Northeast Asia and a member of Jesus Heart Mennonite Church, Republic of Korea. This open letter responds to an opinion piece by Harvard Law School professor Mark Ramseyer claiming that World War II-era Korean “comfort women,” who were forced into sex work by the Japanese military, were actually exercising their free, […]
Anabaptist Witness anuncia con agrado Anabaptist Witness Dialogues, una serie de webinars donde entrevistaremos a los autores de Anabaptist Witness. Luis Acosta y Linda Shelly conversarán sobre su experiencia en el trabajo por la recuperación de tierras indígenas. Inscribite en: http://www.anabapti.st/dialogues
Anabaptist Witness is pleased to announce Anabaptist Witness Dialogues, a new webinar series featuring interviews with Anabaptist Witness authors Randy Haluza-DeLay and Randy Woodley will be in conversation with Jamie Pitts about the article “What Does Shalom Mean?” Register here: http://www.anabapti.st/dialogues
Anabaptist Witness is pleased to announce Anabaptist Witness Dialogues, a new webinar series featuring interviews with Anabaptist Witness authors Ched and Elaine will discuss their their forthcoming book, Healing Haunted Histories: A Settler Discipleship of Decolonization. A book preview, “Two Biblical Warning Tales about Displacement,” appears online. Register here: http://www.anabapti.st/dialogues Recording: