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MennoNerds Is Recruiting

MennoNerds is on the lookout for new Anabaptist-minded bloggers.  We have over 50 blog streams being syndicated on our website right now and we have several affiliates also associated with us.  There are quite a few other folks out there who are writing blogs and thinking good MennoNerdy thinky-thoughts.  We’re especially looking for bloggers who are not your typical white male Anabaptist folks. Click on the link above or click Becoming an Author and fill out an application.We’re looking forward to hearing from you!


Faith in the Workplace

You wake up, prep yourself, and go to the place you spend as much time as anywhere – your job. 40 hours – minimum, of going somewhere to do something with and for someone. Repeat until retirement. Minimizing stress and maximizing reward is key to the cause. What word does faith speak into the going, […]

Three Necessary Qualities for Great Coaches

As the process and role of coaching continues to evolve and gain traction, many people start asking the question, “What is coaching?” There’s an assumption that it’s just some passing fad. People don’t believe that they need a coaching, that the changes they want to make can happen without any help. But too often, that’s […]

The Role of Law, Science, and Religion in Both Perpetuating and Overturning Racism

Every day, it seems, I bear witness to the reality that rights to humanity are not afforded to everyone in this country. Every day as I face the world, I see life being snatched away from men, women, and children simply because they are black. This fate is no respecter of persons in that it does … Continue reading The Role of Law, Science, and Religion in Both Perpetuating and Overturning Racism

Three Meditations on the Death of a Friend

Tim Bass by Tinidril

Last week, in the middle of the night, my son, my wife and I did our best to save our friend’s life and then watched as the paramedics did the same with all they had for forty five minutes. To no avail. Tim was a quiet man of few words, but when he did speak, it was with wisdom and humor and usually with a slight grin through his hairy face. My friends will want to tell

Why Did Jesus Die on the Cross?

If asked why Jesus had to die on the cross, most Christians today would immediately answer, “To pay for my sins.” Jesus certainly paid the price for our sins, but it might surprise some reader to learn that this wasn’t … read more

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