“Until recently, Aimee Burke was a cartoon of her generation,” begins the news article in The Globe and Mail, one of the largest newspapers in Canada. “She partied a lot and was partial to coke. Her hookups comprised partners both male and female. She was unhappy.” Aimee is a millennial hair stylist in Toronto. “Her life began… Continue reading God Still Transforming Lives of Young People
Many see the conflict currently raging in The United Methodist Church as a contest between unity and truth. Is it more important to follow what we believe to be the truth or to stay united as a denomination? There are both progressives and conservatives fighting on the basis of allegiance to the truth. Many conservatives believe… Continue reading Unity or Truth?
The Lancaster Mennonite Conference, largest of the Mennonite Church’s 25 conferences, has ended its 46-year affiliation with America’s top Anabaptist denomination. According to stories in Christianity Today and Mennonite World Review, this decision was more than two years in the making. In 2015 the Lancaster Conference’s churches were encouraged to enter into a time of discernment about whether or… Continue reading Mennonites Divide Over Sexuality