With new reasons to grieve on a daily basis, I am finding that I have more capacity to engage and explore personal and communal grief.
Chantelle Todman Moore
A Catalyst for Transformation
She sees this work as integral to discipleship, “when people begin to think really deeply about their own identities like they’ve never had to before; this is the first step to transformation.”
This mix of energy and exhaustion is part of what it means to be a bridge person or to be doing intercultural bridge work.
Celebrating Nations and Generations in South Philly
by Aldo Siahaan, Leadership Minister, with Chantelle Todman Moore, Intercultural Coach We walked silently through the streets of South Philadelphia. Pastor Joshua and Anita So from San Francisco and I […]
New Members Join the Conference Team
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 […]
Together Despite Differences: Youth Worship Event Report
By Madison Smith, Deep Run East In order to bring teens “together despite differences”, Eastern District and Franconia Mennonite Conference held their annual Youth Worship Gathering on June 4, 2016. The […]
Thy Kingdom Come
A big lesson learned was that we are all displaced.