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Site updates for June 2003


June 26, 2003

June 20, 2003

  • Added Ministerial Leadership Information Forms to Programs» Leadership
  • Search tool changed to Google from Pico, because it is self-updating
  • Restored missing links to some year 2002 news releases

June 19, 2003

June 12, 2003

June 11, 2003

June 9, 2003

June 4, 2003

  • MennoLetter from Jerusalem 2003 #6
  • News Releases:
    • Gifts are in the bag: Canadian Women in Mission Fundraiser
      Women from across Canada are using their gifts to sew 1,500 tote bags for adult and youth delegates at this year’s annual Mennonite Church Canada assembly in St. Catharines (July 9-13).

    • Christianity “just another company” to Korean student
      Not many people would travel to South Korea to learn more about what it means to be Anabaptist. But that is precisely what Cheryl Woelk unintentionally experienced during an eight month internship/practicum assignment under the auspices of Mennonite Church Canada Witness and Canadian Mennonite University.

    • Mission educators engage in teaching marathon in Korea
      Many travelers with an Asian destination have canceled their flights, frightened by SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). But Alan and Eleanor Kreider, educators with Mennonite Mission Network (Mennonite Church USA), were not among them.

    • Connect with Mennonites in Colombia
      If you’ve ever wanted to connect with Mennonites in another country or culture, now is your chance.

    • Africa Bible translators led to Jesus through Scripture
      Western mission workers new to Africa often blunder through an invisible world of perils they can't possibly understand, Africans say. In Africa, it's foolish to dismiss the spirit world. Beware, they say - following Christ can be a lonely walk, and translating the Bible into local languages can be dangerous for those who do it and aren't themselves transformed.

    • Youth ministers reflect on “calling” young people
      What will the church look like in the future? What kind of church leadership do we need? What is the purpose of the church?