The cross-cultural group shares reflections on learning in Spain and Morocco.
As part of the Augsburger Lecture Series Elaine Enns and Ched Myers present this lecture outlining the Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project as an exercise in gospel-based healing of past injustice, as well as the legacy of Mennonite refugees from Ukraine in the early 20th century. In these stories, they ask questions about how… Read more »
Elaine Enns and Ched Myers begin this lecture with a reading of Paul’s Damascus Road experience as a call to restorative justice. Then they look at mediation and nonviolent direct action as flip sides of the peacemaking coin. They conclude with a story of the conversion of a U.S. Air Force nuclear weapons specialist to… Read more »
Elaine Enns and Ched Myers speak for this third event in the annual Augsburger Lecture Series on “Taking Root Downward: A call to bio-regional Discipleship.” Their work is in the faith-based peace and justice movement. For information about their organization, check out Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries. The 2010 Augsburger Lecture Series is co-sponsored by the Augsburger… Read more »
Elaine Enns and Ched Myers speak for the annual Augsburger Lecture Series on “Decisionism, Denominationalism or Discipleship? Call to the Way.” In this International Education Week reflection, Elaine and Ched talk about their own conversion in college to the Way of Jesus, and profile the radical discipleship movement as “the best party in town.” Their work… Read more »
During Homecoming, 2010, in this Sunday morning service of worship, Alumni association award recipients Nadene Brunk ’75 and Dwight Gingerich ’81 share their stories as they reflect on Matthew 11:28-30 where Jesus calls his followers to rest.
EMU alumna Nadene Brunk, 1975, receives this year’s Distinguished Service Award during Homecoming. In this Homecoming chapel, she reflects on years of work in Haiti. Brunk is founder and manager of an organization called Midwives for Haiti.
Willi Hugo Perez continues Eastern Mennonite Seminary’s Spiritual Life Week with this second of three chapel addresses. Perez, a 2004 graduate of EMS, is the current rector (president) of SEMILLA, the Latin American Anabaptist Seminary in Guatemala.
Willi Hugo Perez kicks off Eastern Mennonite Seminary’s Spiritual Life Week with this first of three chapel addresses. Perez, a 2004 graduate of EMS, is the current rector (president) of SEMILLA, the Latin American Anabaptist Seminary in Guatemala.
785 people from among the EMU campus community gather to hear President Loren Swartzendruber reflect on Philippians 4:4-9 to open the academic year.