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Mennonite Girls in a Modern World takes you on a journey through faith and culture. What does it mean to be a Mennonite? What does it mean to follow Jesus? How do we successfully navigate when our culture, our faith, and our world collide? Join Maria Dyck, Melanie Salte, and Deanna Friesen as we explore these questions and look at what it takes to be a Mennonite girl in a world that's constantly changing and in a culture that often doesn't.
 
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"For those who see deeply there is only one reality. By reason of the Incarnation, there is no truthful distinction between sacred and profane." ~ Richard Rohr, Another Name for Everything Podcast, "Frame". In this post(?)pandemic reality, many churches are joining the long history of religious institutions with beautiful, mostly empty buildings. T…
 
God used Ezra and other men for other things, but he used a burdened Nehemiah and directed him to do something about the wall around Jerusalem. Nehemiah’s example of leadership should challenge us, he said “come, let us,” true leadership invites partnership and walking with those under the leadership. Likewise, Jesus works with us, he pulls against…
 
God used Ezra and other men for other things, but he used a burdened Nehemiah and directed him to do something about the wall around Jerusalem. Nehemiah’s example of leadership should challenge us, he said “come, let us,” true leadership invites partnership and walking with those under the leadership. Likewise, Jesus works with us, he pulls against…
 
"So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone, in whom the whole structure, being joined together, grows into a holy temple in the Lord. In him you also are being built …
 
It feels bad to feel bad! So often feelings and embodiments of anger and despair are punished or policed - especially in women and people of color. Maybe that's why we so often turn past the book of Lamentations: it leans fully into those shamed expressions of outrage, pain and grief. We don't want to feel those feelings, but right there in our sac…
 
Scripture: Jeremiah 32: 1-3a, 6-15 In the final sermon of the four Melissa preached reflecting on her sabbatical, she focuses on hope, even in the midst of incredibly trying times. Often times it's difficult to see hope in current circumstances, but frequently it's churning and breathing below the surface, even if we can't see it. Coming together a…
 
Jason T. Smith, gifted in weaving together cultural ideas and theological metaphors, spoke to us on September 4th. Kujenga means “to build” in Swahili. In Kenya, both Swahili and English are official languages. And Leslie Scott, an Englishwoman born in Kenya brought a derivative of the word kujenga to the western world: Jenga. After her family move…
 
Josh McCullough, an Associate Pastor at Mount Joy Mennonite Church, shares with us from Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 in his message, "Commun-ity." This is part of our August series, Spur On Another On, in which we are hearing about community from other leaders in our Landisville Manor District. Support the show…
 
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