Nonviolence 101 – Becoming a People of the “Third Way” (Part 1)

The following is part of a fairly long series on the theology and practice of nonviolence.  If you would like to read all of the posts, you can do so here. ————————————– Throughout my life, I have been part of a unique culture.  This is a group of people who can point to several common [Read More...]

Quote To Ponder: Menno Simons (on community)

Here is the founder of my faith tradition, radical reformer Menno Simons.  I would love to hear your thoughts on this quote which gives a great summary of the Anabatist way: “We do not teach and practice community of goods but we teach and testify the Word of the Lord, that all true believers in [Read More...]

Interviewing God

I have been thinking about something lately and I want to invite your feedback.  This going to be a short post as I am hoping to hear your opinions.  For the sake of continuity and discussion, if you are willing – please post your responses here on the blog if you are a FB user.  [Read More...]

Values for the Church & Her Leaders (part 5): Why I am an Anabaptist

The final value that we will explore for the church and her leaders is that of being an Anabaptist.  This is the stream from which my faith-tradition flows, and it includes several key elements.  Although the word or idea of “Anabaptism” is not found in the Bible, it is a unique approach to the Scriptures [Read More...]


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