Service and the Ministry of Reconciliation: A Missiological History of Mennonite Central Committee

Book, 2021, 128 pp
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What is Christian service? Where does Christian service take place? What communities does Christian service form? Who is understood to be serving whom in Christian service? How have some Christians understood service as an alternative to war and a witness to the gospel of peace? How is Christian service shaped by racism, colonialism, and other regimes of power?

In Service and the Ministry of Reconciliation, Alain Epp Weaver addresses such questions through a historical account of Mennonite Central Committee's century of global relief, development, and peace ministries.

Virtual Conversation

Listen to the related webinar with Alain Epp Weaver, and guests Esther Epp-Tiessen and César Flores, held April 7, 2022, as they reflect on the landscapes that have shaped Mennonite Central Committee's 100-year history of service and reconciliation, MCC's theological underpinnings, and the complicated ways that Christian service has been intertwined with colonialism, racism and other regimes of power.

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