The Patagonia Story: Congregations in Argentina and Illinois Link: Vol 9

2005, 25 pp
The vision, call and energy for the Patagonia Mission Project (PMP) emerged in Argentina in the mid-1990s. As the Mennonite churches in Patagonia began their work, the sought partners. Juan Sieber, son of former MBM missionaries Floyd and Alice Sieber, challenged both Argentine and US churches, saying, "The way we have always seen mission is as a one-way road from the United States to the world. We want a two-way relationship. We want a partnership." Arm in Arm (AIA) formed as a cluster of people from Illinois congregations, and a partnership was born together with Iglesia Evangelica Menonita Argentina and Mennonite Mission Network. This booklet chronicles the development of that partnership, sharing the insights of people from both sides of the equation to demonstrate how the roles become mutually beneficial.

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