Like many other pastors, much of my mental focus in the last several weeks has centered on what a pastoral, practical, prayerful response to the coronavirus crisis might entail.
“Our call is to be fishers of people, not merely keepers of the aquarium.”
In order for us to respond with grace and truth to the questions so many in our society are asking about gender, sexuality, and identity, we need to be able to talk together about hard things.
We’re trusting with joyful expectancy that something will emerge that reflects our shared identity, purpose, and values.
Franconia Conference has begun building an intercultural youth formation team to resource youth leaders and to connect youth across congregations, geographies, and cultures.
By Josh Meyer, Pastor of Discipling and Preaching at Franconia Mennonite Church To serve in the role of spiritual leader is a sacred trust. Sometimes, without intending to, we exploit […]
On July 20th, over forty credentialed leaders from Franconia Conference and a few from the broader community including all the way from Lancaster, PA, gathered to hear about “Next Generation […]
There is growth and challenge across our Conference community these days.