Congratulations to our Franconia Conference seminary graduates this year. Our conference had five individuals graduate from Eastern Mennonite Seminary … also see a list of Franconia Conference undergrads who made the Deans List at EMU this year.
The Anabaptist movement has re-emerged in Post-Christendom Europe and it may give American Mennonites insight into our future.
Last month, I participated in a cross-cultural class through Eastern Mennonite Seminary that took us to Bristol, Birmingham, and London, England. There my classmates and I saw glimpses of hope from the UK Anabaptist movement, where people are asking basic questions about the purpose of church and joining God’s mission of restoration in their context.
The congregation in Doylestown was about at the end of their rope, struggling to find ways to engage their community after years of declining attendance.
Pastor Randy Heacock knew the future didn’t look good: if the congregation continued to do things as they always had, within ten years they could easily die out.
by Scott Hackman, Salford, email@example.com Celebrate Souderton was a missional faith experiment birthed from the imaginations of the Open Hand Initiative, a group of people who want to help local […]