All of Joseph Gudo’s hard work was summed up in one small plate of food. He’d laboured for months in the field and uncountable hours in the kitchen all in service to this dish—a neat pile of mashed cowpeas (or black-eyed peas), buoyed by a bold pinch of cayenne pepper and dressed up with pops of colourful diced tomatoes and green peppers. This was everything he’d been working for, his heart and soul on a plate.
MCC partner supports Salvadoran women to speak up Ana Iris Constante says she used to be nervous just to introduce herself. She would never have guessed that one day, she…
The relevance of HERstory A word from the curator _ Museums are not just for tourists and history buffs. Historical and cultural centres can be invaluable guides for navigating the…
When I think about great theologians, philosophers, missionaries, and politicians, it is often men’s names that come to mind. My church tradition of origin does not include women as official members of the clergy, so my experience of women in pastoral roles is limited as well.
People were skeptical when intern Elizabeth Wittrig announced her research topic for the MB archives: women’s voices and the Anabaptist peace witness. Wittrig was the 2015 summer archive intern. One…
Powerful & Free: Confronting the Glass Ceiling for Women in the Church
Author: Danny Silk
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “women in ministry”? (a) Nursery worker; (b) Children’s leader; (c) Pastor; or (d) It’s complicated.
Author: Sarah Bessey
What do you think of when you hear the word feminist?
Five women from India who attended Assembly 15….