In this issue: Remembering Ellis Shenk, Juniata physics students win award, Brethren Voices celebrates 200th episode, Brethren Heritage Center advertises handbells, World Council of Churches has three job openings for leadership staff.
In this issue: Jim Winkler completes his service with the National Council of Churches, On Earth Peace announces next “Intro to Kingian Nonviolence” webinar, Northern Plains District offers monthly insight sessions, CPT to hold online conversation about its new name, world churches pray for Tonga and Pacific nations after eruption, York Center member interviewed in Wall Street Journal.
In this issue: a retirement celebration for Dave Shetler, On Earth Peace offers another webinar in “Children as Peacemakers” series, WCC shares information about new volume on Contemporary Ecotheology, and a recent Brethren college vs. Brethren college basketball game.
In this issue: Remembering Steven Van Houten and Larry Ditmars, Global Mission helps fund a Christmas party in Uganda, the next BHLA Facebook Live event offers a “part 2” on the Brethren Service Committee, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: Remembering Arden Ball, Messenger Radio episode on “Advent Waiting,” book study sponsored by Part-time Pastor, Full-time Church, letter from 115 faith organizations calls for COVID-19 vaccine TRIPS Waiver, next year’s Youth Roundtable, release of Haiti hostages, and more
Correction, Young Adult Advent Worship, religious workers now eligible for student loan forgiveness, webinars from On Earth Peace, celebrating the ministry of Dave Shetler in Southern Ohio and Kentucky District, new Jesus in the Neighborhood Mini-Grants in Mid-Atlantic District, and more
In this issue: National Youth Conference registration opens; Brethren Volunteer Service Christmas list and Winter orientation; study guide for Tod Bolsinger’s plenary at Annual Conference; Nigerian Brethren dedicate annual theme and devotional for 2022; personnel notes; and more.
In this issue: Thanking God for you! Giving Tuesday, Doug Phillips is retiring after 39 years at the helm of Brethren Woods, job opening at Camp Swatara, Dec. 1 is deadline for Annual Conference nominations, Program and Arrangements Committee meets, National Youth Conference sample registration, Global Mission fundraisers, Brethren Disaster Ministries seeks volunteers for last week’s shift of the year, and more.
In this issue: Two new members named to Stewardship of Property Committee, call for nominations to Annual Conference ballot, Global Mission prayer requests, 25 Days to Jesus, webinars to tell story of the Brethren Service Commission, the 40th Annual Mid-Atlantic Disaster Response Auction, and more.
In this issue: Personnel note, Atlanta urban ministry travel seminar, Shine survey, On Earth Peace cooking class fundraiser, district conferences, Powerhouse, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.