Lifelong Learning Blog

Dan Schrock At a recent family gathering my brother and I, slightly bored and looking for amusement, surfed the internet for exotic cuts of meat that we joked we might cook f...

By Elizabeth Soto Albrecht Lately I find myself reading textbooks I bought at AMBS during the 1984-85 school year. I was dying to learn more about my Anabaptist roots as a Pu...

By: Rachel Miller Jacobs When I was ten years old, I was devastated that I’d been born into a Christian family. Let me explain. I’d read The Cross and the ...

The Word Wore Red

December 16, 2014

By: Meghan Good Chances are, I don’t need to convince you there’s a biblical illiteracy problem in the church today. If your congregation is anything like min...

By Gregory A. Boyd Over the last ten years or so I’ve become increasingly aware of something exciting I see God doing around the globe. An ever-increasing multitude of...

By: Drew Hart At the heart of Anabaptism one finds a persistent challenge to truly follow after Jesus in our lives and to be a distinct and visible Church in our society. Tha...