MennoNerds Advent Resources

Joanna HaraderMennoNerd blogger, Joanna Harader, runs another blog that only puts out content during theadvent season.  This blog collects writings from many different Anabaptist and Mennonite writers for the advent season and publishes them in a single place.  If you are looking for more advent content, check out Advent 2014: Healing & Hope

 

 

Also, all the MennoNerds bloggers are writing all sorts of individual articles on Advent.  We’re collecting them in one place at MennoNerds Advent 2014


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 on http://mennonerds.com/becoming-an-author/ and fill out an application.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

 


Power, Privilege, and Squelching the Spirit

No, it’s not. It is a highly sophisticated interlocking block system. That’s the explanation from Will Ferrell’s character in The Lego Movie. His son is messing with the legos and Ferrell is desperately trying to put everything in it’s proper place. He was tired of everyone messing with his stuff. The ultimate point of Ferrell’s character is […]

Why Christians Should Care About Hebron in the West Bank

Hebron. It is the city where one building, separated by bulletproof glass, is both a mosque and synagogue. Here houses the legendary burial sites of Abraham and Sarah (Tomb of the Patriarchs). Hebron is a city of division. Of violence. Of pain. Of apartheid. Of racism. Of militarism. Of despair. Of settlement. I know this first [Read More…]

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O Holy Night at the Clothes Closet

I held a five-month-old Iraqi child in my lap for almost a half hour last night. Any long-distance grandma knows how we ache to hold our own grandchildren, and leap to any opportunity to snuggle another woman’s child or grandchild. The Clothes Closet our church runs was busier than ever, the last time we’d be […]

A Child Has Our Life in His Hands

A few scraps and fragments after a morning spent the morning at the seniors home… A woman sits, staring vacantly at the television in front of her.  I look at the TV.  It is a road report, outlining the wintry conditions that we might expect on this or that Alberta road.  I ponder the abundant ironies and […]


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