When I do sit with God, and listen, pray, and reflect, God’s Spirit moves and disciples me.
Now is not the time for a scarcity mentality but a joyous generosity to give people hope one day at a time.
In intercultural worship, we learn to choose to continue to worship God in the styles and languages of others.
“I always feel like I am just learning how to relate and work graciously with people from different cultures and backgrounds in ways that are wise and Spirit-led.”
This mix of energy and exhaustion is part of what it means to be a bridge person or to be doing intercultural bridge work.
In the time that Jesus spent here on earth, he took special interest in the misfits.
I am able to see people for who they are, because I know how it feels to not know who I am or where I belong. / Soy capaz de ver a las personas por lo que son, porque sé cómo se siente no saber quién soy ni a dónde pertenezco.
We can mix and exchange the cultural celebrations of Christmas if we do not exchange Jesus Christ for any of them.
… a true experience of the joy of seeing God’s Spirit going above and beyond what we could have hoped for or imagined.
“Those who are marginal in the world are central in the Church, and that is how it is supposed to be!”
On April 14 approximately 80 women from across Franconia and Eastern District Conferences joined together at Towamencin Mennonite Church for the annual Sister Care Gathering. The theme was “Darkness Unfolding as […]
This interspace of being in a different country required courage, creativity, willingness to fail, and engagement with people who were different.
As 1 Corinthians 12:14 states, “For the body is not one member, but many,” and as it is said in Ecclesiastes 4:9, “Two are better than one; because they have […]