Anabaptist Witness Blog

Welcome to our blog, a forum to foster discussion and share ideas from different corners of the Anabaptist world. It is regularly updated with short reflection pieces, reactions to articles, comments on current events relating to mission, and more. If you are interested in contributing, please review our guidelines and contact information.

Viviendo como la viuda

Martin Navarro is Church Relations Representative for Everence, a financial services ministry of Mennonite Church USA and other churches. In this sermon on Luke 21:1–4, Navarro challenges his listeners to be like the widow who gave out of her poverty. We, like the widow, are called to be generous without showing off our generosity. Throughout […]

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Anabaptist Young Adults in Mission Blog Series: Introduction

Welcome to the Anabaptist Young Adults in Mission blog series! This is the first in a series of blog posts in which current and former young adult Mennonite volunteers in mission will share their reflections on Anabaptist identity, the spiritual foundations of their work, and explore what it’s like to engage a culture that is […]

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“Imítenme a mí”, el rol pastoral en una comunidad de fe anabautista

Luis Marcos Tapia is the pastor of the Iglesia Anabautista Menonita (Anabaptist Mennonite Church) of Quito, Ecuador. In this reflection he develops a theology of missional leadership centered on discipleship. Identifying Paul’s command to “imitate me, as I imitate Christ” (1 Cor. 11:1) as a baseline for pastoral leadership, the author contends that Christianity is […]

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