The Global Anabaptist Wiki is an interactive community of Anabaptist-Mennonite groups from around the world, initiated by the Mennonite Historical Library at Goshen (Ind.) College. While the site will include encyclopedic information, the goal is not to duplicate resources such as www.gameo.org, but to enable constant updating from local sources, and to promote the sharing of stories about the many groups that form the global Anabaptist fellowship. Launched in May 2009, the Global Anabaptist Wiki will continue to grow as staff organize information from contributors.
Live for Peace was launched by Mennonite Church Canada with billboards and a website to promote peaceful living. The site collects news, videos, and stories about everyday peaceful living in Canada. Frequently asked questions and links to other resources answer questions on what it means to be peacemakers, and a forum allows interactive discussion. The 1000 Acts of Peace invites photo, video, or story submissions from individuals and churches.
Currently in its 8th decade in print, North American newspaper Mennonite Weekly Review has begun a new mode of delivery: a blog, called A World Together. MWR publishes 49 times a year, and was already available online, but the blog expands its offerings to comment on breaking news, such as “Selfishness and altruism,” a post about a theft on MCC’s mobile cannery, and “A hero of peacemaking history,” a post on Howard Zinn’s death, by MWR staff and guest bloggers.