Chester Weaver was raised in a Lancaster Mennonite Conference church. As he considers the changes that happened within Lancaster Mennonite Conference in the 1960s, he traces the root causes back to ideas, especially the emphases on fundamentalism and liberalism. Chester observes that some of these very same ideas are being found in moderately conservative Mennonites today. He pleads with us to not repeat history but to learn from it.
Starting with what Jesus’ contemporaries would have thought of when they heard the term, Josh Nisly describes what it means for Jesus to be “The Prince of Peace”. He continues by describing how recognizing Jesus as The Prince of Peace should affect Christians politically, socially, and spiritually.
In this episode, Zack Johnson shares his story of becoming a conscientious objector while serving in the United States Air Force. Once Zack came to understand Christ’s call to non-violence and not swearing, he applied for release from the Air Force.
Music: "The Basket" and “Upper Registers” by Blue Dot Sessions
In this interview, Allen Roth shares his vision for evangelizing to those who have immigrated to the United States. Allen encourages us to not view the influx of immigrants as a threat, but as a mission’s opportunity sent from God.
Reagan Schrock meets with Dr. Hans Burkholder, a surgeon in Brooklyn, and Richard Schwartz, pastor at Believers in Jesus Church in Bronx, to discuss how they and their communities are experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic.
How can one reach out to Muslims? What advantages do Anabaptists specifically have in relating to those from the Middle East? In this episode, Dean Taylor shares about evangelizing to Muslims. He shares both from his personal experience in Greece and from what others have shown him.
In this episode, Corleen Bean shares about sewing personal protection equipment (PPE) for those in the medical field who are unable to use proper equipment. Corleen explains how she found out about the need for PPE and what she is doing to help fill it.
In this episode, Matt Landis shares practical ways to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic. From restaurants packing lunches for healthcare workers to individuals sowing face masks, Matt presents a variety of ways to be involved in serving others during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This episode is the first half of an interview with Patrick Matthews and Bill Shiley where they share about the work at Hearken House Ministry in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Patrick started Hearken House Ministry to reach out to the lower-income residents of Chambersburg.