Mission in Conflict Zones: April 2019
Anabaptists around the world are engaged in costly mission in conflict zones. Some of these Anabaptists face the threat of death, kidnapping, and rape. The articles in this issue of Anabaptist Witness show that many living and working in conflict zones find Anabaptist and Mennonite theology a helpful aide to their understanding and practice of Christian mission—and, furthermore, that Anabaptist and Mennonite theology is changing in response to the realities of mission in these contexts. Articles treat mission in Yemen, Syria, the West Bank, Ukraine, Nigeria, South Africa, Colombia, and Chile.
- "Confronting Tyranny, the Jesus Way" by Elias Ghazal
- "The Mother of the Belt, and the Church’s Witness in Syria: An Ascension Sermon" by Alain Epp Weaver
- "The Complexity of Mission in Contexts of Conflict" by Andrew F. Bush
- "The Mission of the Church in a World of War" by Johannes Reimer
- "Bombs, Bullets, and Bread in Biafra: Ministry in the Midst of War and Kwashiorkor" by Wally Shellenberger
- "Nonviolence as a Call to Creativity: Anabaptist-Mennonite Reflections from Peace Work in Africa" by Kathryn M.L. Smith Derksen
- "Justicia restaurativa y transformación de conflictos: Enfoques para la reflexión y acción comunitaria" by Daniel Moya
- "The Colombian Peace Accords and the Church" by Peter Wigginton
- "Chilean-Mapuche Conflict, the Role of Pentecostals, and the Alternative of Anabaptist Political Witness" by Luis Aránguiz Kahn and Elvis Castro Lagos
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