Long, voluminous hair has long been regarded as an archetypal feminine trait.
In addition to being smart, funny, politically conservative and an entrepreneur, Jude (a pseudonym) is also same-sex-oriented, a secret he has kept from his parents and most of his community.
In North American society, where most people have been blessed with an abundance of resources, many see short-term missions as a way to use what we have to help others.
A discussion among us thirty-something Mennonites has been heating up online. It’s a discussion that cuts to the heart of nearly everything the church worries about us.
Zoe Matties describes the four months she spent taking groups on tours between Argentina, the Falkland Islands, Georgia and Antarctica with One Ocean Expeditions as “holy moments.”
I was sitting in a theology class during my first year at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) in Winnipeg, when the question first dawned on me: Where does my professor go to church?
Some readers may only know me as Canadian Mennonite’s Young Voices co-editor. Not many know a lot about me.
It’s not an original idea. Chances are good you’ve either done it yourself or you know someone who has given up Facebook for some length of time.
I have no medical training.
As leaders of the environmental movement are despairing that there is little hope for the future of our world, A Rocha, a national faith-based creation-care organization, saw a need to fill.