Mother Fair Trade
Drinking a mug of fair trade coffee? Give thanks to the memory of Edna Ruth Byler , mother of the fair trade movement in the U.S. In 1946, Byler traveled to Puerto Rico as part of a mission run by the Mennonite Central Committee.
The Daily News-Record
Author, - Gracious Leader' Mourned
A well-known author, teacher and pastor of the Mennonite faith has died, leaving a remarkable impact on the Anabaptist community.
Saturday is for Seminars: Coast to Coast, from Rhode Island to...
Monday night, before I head to Providence, I'll be having dinner with about 50 pastors, sharing some research on ministry in New England and answering some questions.
International Mennonite gathering slated for central Pa. in 2015
Mennonites and other Anabaptists from around the globe will gather in central Pennsylvania a year from now for the first Mennonite World Conference Assembly ever to be held in the commonwealth.
Decatur Daily Democrat
From Berne to Bern and back
During a recent trip to Switzerland, Bern Mayor Alexander Tschappat, left, presented Berne Mayor Bill McKean with a Swiss flag to fly over the Muensterberg Plaza.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Measles outbreak complicates 2 big Amish events
In this June 25, 2014 photo, Richland Public Health nurse Renee Blankenship gives Daniel Martin, an Amish man from Holmes County his Measles, Mumps, & Rubella vaccination while he talks with nurses Sue McFarren, left, and Denise Close, right, at a clinic in Shiloh, Ohio.