Anabaptist Witness, Volume 4, Number 2, October 2017:
Mission & Suffering
The contributors to this issue of Anabaptist Witness have strained to see God amid experiences of suffering in mission, and in doing so they point to the hope of resurrection life. Articles, poems, and artwork address missionary suffering, mission that responds to suffering, and mission that causes suffering. Specific topics treated include Ausbund hymns, Sufi Islam, health crisis during ministry, marginalized indigenous communities in southern Mexico, and Mennonite participation in the Canadian Residential Schools program for indigenous children.
- "Mosaic Maker" by Melissa Weaver
- "Suffering Mission in the Passau Songs of the Ausbund" by Gerald J. Mast
- "The Reconciling Role of Suffering within Sufi Muslim and Anabaptist Theologies of Nonviolence" by Jonathan Bornman
- "Daughters of Jerusalem" by Melissa Weaver
- "Solidarity in Suffering" by Grace Spencer
- "Saudade" by Melissa Weaver
- "The Forgotten People" by Andrew Mashas
- "The Furloughed Missionaries in Children’s Church" by Hillary Kobernick
- "Pregnant with an Evil" by Marcus Rempel
- "A Salt of the Earth Man" by Hillary Kobernick
- "Like Fine Red Veins" by Melissa Weaver
|Publisher||Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary|
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