In this issue: Remembering Kenneth Bragg, EYN’s centennial, this year’s Advent devotional available from Brethren Press, Juniata Women’s Volleyball heads to NCAA championship game, among more news by, for, and about Brethren
In this issue: Prayer is requested for Haiti and the Haitian Brethren, Mutual Aid Agency offers resources for pastors through Full Strength, Children’s Disaster Services completes its work in Florida, Dauda Gava to speak at the Young Center at Elizabethtown College, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
In this issue: Remembering Kent Shisler, announcements from Annual Conference, job openings, save the date for New and Renew in 2023, media attention to the situation in Haiti, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
Church of the Brethren ministries are assisting survivors of Hurricanes Ian and Fiona through shipments by Material Resources, Children’s Disaster Services teams in Florida, and acts of love and compassion in Puerto Rico.
In this issue: Remembering Paul Willis Hoffman, Larry Lee Elliott, Ruben D. Deoleo, and Glen M. Faus, and more news by, for and about Brethren.
In this issue: Correction, Dunker Church Service now on Facebook, news from congregations, “21st-Century Youth/Young Adult Ministry” with keynote speaker Becky Ullom Naugle, “A Million Letters of Hope” at the Village at Morrisons Cove.
In this issue: An email address for the Standing with People of Color Committee, job openings, the latest Messenger play list, On Earth Peace meet up for gun violence organizing, Community Peacemaker Teams to receive award, and more.
In this issue: NOAC 2023 team meets in Lake Junaluska, Bethany Seminary seeks a social media coordinator, SVMC continuing ed events on “Preaching and Spiritual Care” and “Violent Extremism,” Carl Bowman speaks for annual service at Dunker Meetinghouse at Antietam, and more news from congregations, districts, colleges, and more.
In this issue: Correction, job openings, Annual Conference worship skits with additional historical information, On Earth Peace goal to train 1,000 in Kingian Nonviolence, gun violence organizing, campus ministry effort at Virginia Tech, and more
In this issue: Correction; remembering Ron Sider, Martha Ann Greenhoe Kaufman, Peter J. Leddy Sr.; webinar shares “A Hibakusha’s Message of Peace” from Hiroshima; personnel notes; job opening for Virlina District executive minister; Southern Ohio and Kentucky District requesting donations for Eastern Kentucky Flood Response; celebrating Bill and Betty Hare’s 58 years of service to Camp Emmaus.