Spam, Spam, Spam

December 22nd, 2010 – by Jeremy W. Yoder

We’ve been having some problems with our spam filter and recently discovered that our filter was preventing legitimate comments from posting. We’re very sorry about this and are working to fix this. If you do post a comment and it is not approved by the moderators in a reasonable amount of time, please feel free to email the editors at It’s possible that your response is being blocked by a spam filter.

The Editors

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Announcing Our Next Issue: What is Church?

August 31st, 2010 – by Jeremy W. Yoder

Work has started on the next issue of Work and Hope, to be posted on this blog at the end of October. As always, we are looking for the perspectives of young Anabaptists in their twenties and thirties. In our next issue, we ask the question — “What is Church?”

If you’re interested in writing 500 – 600 words reflecting on that question, please contact us at by September 21st. Deadline is October 1.

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The Editors’ Blog

July 26th, 2010 – by Jeremy W. Yoder

When we began working on Work and Hope, we realized we could only realistically post “issues” about once a quarter (i.e. every three months) to keep the e-zine¬†manageable for our own work schedules. ¬†However, we also realized that in the world of Internet blogging, three months is an eternity and that we’d need to produce content more frequently in order to build a readership.

Behold the “Editors’ Blog.”

While each “issue” of the Work and Hope e-zine is focused and self-contained, the Editors’ Blog will be more like a traditional blog and address topics related and tangential to our commitment to the church. We will likely blog on our own interests, such as church, theology, and culture.

Contact us at workandhope at if you have questions or comments, or post them in the comments section.

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