Without the Loss of One: The Story of Nevin and Esther Bender and Its Implications for the Church Today

Book, 2005, 274 pp
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"In a time when American churches are increasingly polarized between liberal and conservative forces, Without the Loss of One describes those tensions as they played out in one family’s lives. Nevin and Esther Bender were leaders of the Conservative Mennonite Church who took the church seriously yet maintained an open-mindedness to dialogue with other points of view. From rural Delaware to the violent 1960s in Mississippi to the Middle East, they followed a path of true faithfulness. It is an engaging family history with significant lessons for today’s church." —Jim Wallis; author, God’s Politics; editor, Sojourners; convener, Call to Renewal

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