To mark Mennonite Central Committee’s 90th anniversary, some 130 people gathered June 13–14 at a “Table of Sharing” conference. Presenters showed how MCC has shaped Mennonite identity as it fostered cooperation among Anabaptist groups. They described how MCC has been at the forefront of work against racism and sexism, even as it has at times also embodied inequalities.
Martyrs Mirror is newer than the Bible and longer than some copies of it.
Mennonite Central Committee is changing how it does its work, but not the work itself. That’s how Arli Klassen, MCC executive director, described MCC’s process of streamlining and shifting areas of responsibility among its member organizations at the June 11–12 meeting of MCC’s binational delegate body.
Former adviser to Paraguay’s president tells of four years as cabinet official When Nicanor Duarte Frutos, then president-elect of Paraguay, asked Ernst Bergen, a successful Mennonite entrepreneur, to join his…