An Anabaptist Hero and Martyr: Michael Sattler

The following is all quoted from Anabaptists.org After the death of Conrad Grebel (1526) and Felix Manz (1527) Michael Sattler was the most noteworthy leader of the Swiss Brethren. His martyrdom took place only a few months after that of Manz. Michael Sattler was born about 1495 at Staufen near Freiburg in Baden.” Educated at [Read More...]

I’m Mennonite… and Finally Became Anabaptist: Embracing our Mission to Post-Christian America

  I’m a Mennonite. Yes, it’s true.  Mennonite even in the “ethnic” sense.  In fact, I often say that I have more of a family wreath than a family tree because both sides of my lineage link to the Mennonite Brethren from Prussia.  I actually broke the wreath by marrying a Russian Molokan turned evangelical [Read More...]

Resource of the Week: All Right Now – A book on ethics and the Christian life

This week I want to point your attention to a great book, written by Tim Geddert.  Its called All Right Now: Finding Consensus on Ethical Questions.  Tim is a New Testament Scholar with a heart for the church.  Here’s the product description: Polarizing issues are dividing the church. Is your congregation seeking consensus? How should [Read More...]

One Anglican’s Ode to Anabaptists… Sort of (Carson T Clark)

Carson T. Clark is one of my favorite blogger friends.  He’s smart, witty, and has a passion for the kingdom of God.  We don’t agree all the time, but that’s what makes for good conversation!  I hope you will check out his blog and add it too your readers!  Follow him on Twitter and Facebook [Read More...]


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