Author: Don Clymer

DNA Ancestry Maps

I recently had a DNA test taken to discern my ancestral heritage. The results were interesting; some expected, some surprising. Recently, they added mapping, pinpointing the areas from which my DNA probably originated. This contained a few s...

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Translations, German Youth

 I recently developed a Facebook page called “Translations, Übersetzungen, Traducciones,” in which I offered my services as a translator of Spanish and German documents into English. My first project was for the German Mennonite Volunta...

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The God of Surprises

Several years ago, while leading a group of EMU students on a Cross-cultural program to Guatemala, I was walking along the street when I met a young woman carrying a baby in her arms. She looked worried. By her dress, I judged her to be quite poo...

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Unexpected Christian hospitality

Origionally published in The Mennonite, July 2013. “We don’t have any money to give you,” the pastor said to the strange man who approached him in a busy bus station in the northern part of Mexico City. “But we can provide you with lodging at our ...

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A New Creation

A lesson on not judging someone based on outward appearances(This article originally appeared in The Mennonite April 1, 2014)“I love Americans,” Pedro announced to the small group gathered for the Wednesday evening Bible study. “I love your music, your...

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