No Purse, No Bag, No Sandals: A profile of Mennonite church planters, 1990-2005: Vol 17

2008, 29 pp
“In the end,” writes Conrad Kanagy, “the mission of God depends on individuals who have heard God’s call, responded in obedience, and laid down their lives for the sake of the world that ‘God so loved.’”

It is with these words that Kanagy concludes his study of 120 Mennonite church planters who, over a period of 15 years, worked tirelessly to bring into existence several hundred new communities of faith.

Who were these people? What was the nature of their calling? How did they go about their work? And what religious beliefs and practices informed the ministries that emerged from their efforts? These are the key questions that the author attempted to uncover in this fascinating research project that will most certainly challenge the church to greater faithfulness in witness for years to come.

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