A Mother’s Farewell: Letter by Janneken Muntsdorp, Martyred in 1573

…This was first put into execution on Hans van Munstdorp, who, about the month of September of the aforesaid year, was taken out of the fold, away from the other four, as a sheep for the slaughter, and; according to the sentence passed, put to death with a huge fire, which severe and grievous death he steadfastly endured, with a heart full of good cheer:The reason why the other four persons were…

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On Being Seen and Heard: Revoice as a Coming Home

Eric Miller shares his experience at Revoice21, a conference from October 7-9, with the mission "to support and encourage gay, lesbian, bisexual, and other same-sex attracted Christians—as well as those who love them—so that all in the Church might be empowered to live in gospel unity while observing the historic Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality."

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Moving Beyond Hot Takes: Preston Sprinkle’s approach to controversial topics

One of the few positive things about the endless stream of hot takes, Twitter wars, and podcast rants that surround us today, is that truly thoughtful engagement with Scripture in public forums stands out. When followers of Jesus dig into the Word for guidance, rather than wielding it as a weapon in the latest internet squabble, we should all notice.  That’s why I appreciated Preston Sprinkle’s recent two-part series on the Christian…

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Churches and Domestic Violence: Introducing LifeRing Ministries

Today we introduce LifeRing Christian Ministries, a non-profit dedicated to educating churches about caring for victims and survivors of domestic violence. https://youtu.be/EiXwVQBq8xE Check out their upcoming inaugural seminar (October 15 to 16, 2021 in Leola, PA). The speaker will be Chris Moles of PeaceWorks.

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Turtle Heart by Lucida Kinsinger: Interview and Review

Lucinda J. Kinsinger, author of "Anything But Simple: My Life as a Mennonite", recently published "Turtle Heart: Unlikely Friends with a Life-Changing Bond". Today we're delighted to share an interview with her conducted by That Jesus Podcast (featuring author Emily Smucker as well) and a written book review. What happens when Anne from Anne of Green Gables meets Roseanne from the 1988 sitcom?  Well maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but…

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Engaging Women with the Bible and Theology: Off-Script with Kristi Mast

https://youtu.be/cl5NfiQjjLM How do we get women engaged in studying the Bible and theology? How do we get them on fire about faith and following Jesus? Kristi Mast is a Biblical Studies major passionate about community-situated discipleship and spiritual growth in her community. We sat down to have a wonderful conversation about women thriving and growing in the Body. Off-script conversations now available on Anchor.Fm and Spotify.

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Kingdom Women Podcast: Navigating Disagreement With Love

https://youtu.be/2IwDYzW8jWQ Relationships are one of the hardest aspects of life. Sometimes, they feel utterly impossible - especially in the heat of disagreement. Today, we talk about prioritizing love in the midst of conflict, an area of life in which we continue to learn, grow and fail. FB: https://facebook.com/kingdomwomenpodcast/Podcast: https://anchor.fm/kingdomwomenpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx8ixBzZ9DIPLg7SQNguJdw

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