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.

Serving Colombia from Indonesia

I am grateful that I was born and raised in Indonesia, the world’s largest island country situated in Southeast Asia near Malaysia and the Philippines. Growing up, I always thought missionaries were mostly white people from the United States, Canada, or Europe; I never realized someone from Asia could serve God in this way. However, […]

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What is Witness? A Reflection on Article 10 of the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective

The following post from Anabaptist Witness Co-Editor Jamie Ross is part of an ongoing series of “roundtable posts” published in The Mennonite reflecting on the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective.  Ross’s contribution is one in a series of reflections on Article 10: The Church in Mission. Other contributors include Glenn Balzer, Neal Blough, […]

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