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Lauren Eash Hershberger: Five reasons I get up in the morningElkhart, Indianahttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/What-gets-me-up-in-the-morning.aspxLauren Eash Hershberger: Five reasons I get up in the morning
Breaking my silenceGoshen, Indianahttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/Breaking-my-silence.aspxBreaking my silence
Injustice made visible: see it, write it, walk it, sign it!Goshen, Indianahttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/A-response-to-breaking-my-silence-.aspxInjustice made visible: see it, write it, walk it, sign it!
First steps toward immigration justiceAlamosa, Coloradohttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/Immigration-steps.aspxFirst steps toward immigration justice

 

 

How to welcome veterans into your churchPeacemaking https://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/How-to-welcome-veterans-into-your-church.aspxHow to welcome veterans into your church
Spread the peace: the playground at Trinity MennoniteHillsboro, Kansashttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/Spreading-the-peace-the-playground-at-Trinity-Mennonite.aspxSpread the peace: the playground at Trinity Mennonite

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No more silence https://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/No-more-silence-.aspxNo more silence By John Powell<p>My daughter is a social justice advocate in her city. We recently had a conversation about the realities of living as a person of color. At one point, she said, “Dad, I’m scared!” She described an uncomfortable incident with a policeman while driving on an expressway. There was no direct encounter, but his staring made her afraid.</p>
Lauren Eash Hershberger: Five reasons I get up in the morninghttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/What-gets-me-up-in-the-morning.aspxLauren Eash Hershberger: Five reasons I get up in the morningLauren Eash Hershberger<p><strong>1. Two sleepy boys in tiny pajamas.</strong> My kids are young and are still in the phase where their antics, though frustrating at times, are generally hilarious and make it difficult to keep it cool. Charlie is 1 and has the most beautiful gap-toothed smile. Jonah is 3 and is beginning to use his almost-correct vocabulary to create stories for our entertainment. These boys have sweet laughs, terrible melt-downs, and ever-changing capabilities.</p>
First steps toward immigration justicehttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/Immigration-steps.aspxFirst steps toward immigration justiceBy Elsa Goossen <img src="/Stories/PublishingImages/Immigration%20Steps2b.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" /><br> <p> <span><span>Have you noticed how fear and hatred divide our communities even more thoroughly than concrete walls? With the hope of bringing some love and empathy back into the world, the following list offers concrete steps for engaging with immigrant justice locally, nationally, and transnationally. </span></span><br> <strong></strong></p>
How to welcome veterans into your churchhttps://serve.mennonitemission.net/Stories/Pages/How-to-welcome-veterans-into-your-church.aspxHow to welcome veterans into your churchBy Jason Boone<p>So you want to be a peace church? Start by welcoming veterans and together, deepen your understanding of Christ’s peace. How might churches deeply rooted in a peace tradition engage with fellow human beings whose bodies and souls bear the marks of war? What does peace-, church-, or hospitality-for-veterans look like in the context of a militarized culture? Many of the points below come from personal conversations with veterans, some of whom are now pastors.</p>

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