Tags » Mennonite Weekly Review

Narcissism on the 'Horizon'

re: MWR June 20, 2011. “Horizon”

One of the primary reasons that Mennonite Church USA has gone off the rails is its ever warmer embrace of autonomy theory. 681 more words


from Mennonite Weekly Review

When the lives of your family (though fictionalized, for whatever it’s worth to say so) go into stories, there’s nothing quite like moments when someone opens the pages and sees clearly. 193 more words

Darcie Friesen Hossack

And something sweet

I had a note from Celeste Kennel-Shank of Mennonite Weekly Review that the 80-plus-year-old newspaper has launched a blog, “The World Together,” which is great to hear, and means thoughtful and interesting commentary ahead. 295 more words


Rhoda's at it again

My Mennonite Weekly Review arrived today — my first issue of a new subscription, a Christmas gift from my mother, Katie Funk Wiebe. Page six contains the announcement that “Mennonite Brethren author Rhoda Janzen has a second book in the works”. 139 more words

Mennonite Poets And Writers

Is There Life After College?

I thought that some of you might be interested in these offerings from our time at Eastern Mennonite University.

The first is an article that appeared in the Mennonite Weekly Review – … 23 more words



For about a year now, I’ve been hearing¬†stories about this thing called “the emerging church”.¬† I think I first came across the term in… 1,402 more words