Since the collapse of the Republic of Vietnam in 1975, hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese fled their homeland and came to the United States.
By overcoming the obstacle of money, churches can begin to experiment; leaders and congregations are encouraged to be more creative.
… it was a glimpse of heaven with many nations and languages coming together as brothers and sisters.
I felt alive. I felt energized. This made sense. I remember praying, “God, give me passion if this is your will.”
You’ll need a map of the east coast of the United States to trace Steve’s travels …
What comes to mind when you imagine Franconia Conference LEADership ministers and the work they do?
by Luke Martin, Vietnamese Gospel Mennonite Church In June, security police attacked a Mennonite church gathering in Vietnam, where pastors and theological students were gathered for a conference and graduation […]
by Sheldon C. Good Many Christian congregations commemorate the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Sunday, and three Franconia Conference congregations in particular acknowledged the Spirit’s movement through the […]