Engendering Mission: December 2016
Through strategy, organization, and subversion, women have proven time and again that the Holy Spirit gifts individuals, regardless of gender, with the power to teach, preach, and minister to others. In this issue you will find stories of courageous individuals determined to share the gospel. Their legacies and the challenges they put forth provide us with much to draw on as we consider gender in our changing contexts, and what it means to bear the good news.
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- A Timeline of Women in Mission
- “A Mission to Themselves”: Changing Views of Mission in North American Mennonite Women’s Organizations
- Building Right Relationships
- Response to “Building Right Relationships”
- I Have No Husband: A Reflection on the Life of Elisabeth van Leeuwarden
- “Other Ways in Which We Can Serve”: Mennonite Nurses in World War II
- Neither Male nor Female: The Story of Wakuru and the Zanaki People
- The Tension of Grace
- Jesús, la mujer y el encuentro en un espacio de frontera
- Jesus, the Woman, and Their Encounter in a Border Region
- Can the Cross Be “Good News” for Women? Mennonite Peace Theology and the Suffering of Women
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