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"We are listening", is written by Samantha E. Lioi is Associate Pastor of Formation and Mission at Whitehall Mennonite Church, north of Allentown, PA and a member of Zume House, a budding
intentional Christian community in Allentown ,
November 9, 2011.
"What's the Point of Working for Peace?", is written by Jeff Hackman, who teaches social studies at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lansdale, PA. He is a member of Plains Mennonite Church in Hatfield, PA.,
August 2, 2011.
"God of mercy, make us free", is written by Samantha E. Lioi is Associate Pastor of Formation and Mission at Whitehall Mennonite Church, north of Allentown, PA and a member of Zume House.,
June 22, 2011.
"Prayer of Abandonment", is written by Charles de Foucauld, who lived many years with a Muslim community in the Algerian Sahara. His witness and writings led to the founding of the Little Brothers of Jesus.,
May 17, 2011.
"Prayer To Live Mercifully", is written by Fr. Emmanuel Charles McCarthy, is a priest of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church and a co-founder of Pax Christi USA.,
May 11, 2011.
"Are You Pickin' Up What I'm Layin' Down, God?", is shared with us by Beth E. Graybill, who lives in a row house in Lancaster city with her 13-year old son, Julian, and is an active member at Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. They wrote this prayer together.,
May 3, 2011.
This week’s prayer comes from Joanna Harader, who serves as pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas.,
April 27, 2011.
"Prayer for Holy Week, 2011", is written by Samantha E. Lioi, Associate Pastor of Formation and Mission at Whitehall Mennonite Church, north of Allentown, PA and a member of Zume House, a budding intentional Christian community in Allentown.,
April 19, 2011.
"God is Our Refuge", is written by Jeff Hackman teaches social studies at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lansdale, PA. He is a member of Plains Mennonite Church in Hatfield, PA,
March 22, 2011.
"O God", is written by Ken Shenk, a Japanese translator in Findlay, Ohio, grew up in Japan and is a member of First Mennonite Church, Bluffton, Ohio. ,
March 15, 2011.
"With images of protests boiling...", is written by Samantha E. Lioi, Associate Pastor of Formation and Mission at Whitehall Mennonite Church just north of Allentown, PA, where she lives in Christian community at Zume House. ,
March 1, 2011.
"Prayer for patience and hope in a confusing world", is written by Don Clymer, he teaches Spanish and Humanities at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA and serves on the pastoral care team at Lindale (VA) Mennonite Church.,
February 22, 2011.
"Your peace is here", is written by Tim Huber, Peace and Justice Associate for Mennonite Church USA,
February 8, 2011.
"Lord, let me live in color", is written by Byron Rempel-Burkholder, Mennonite Publishing Network editor of Rejoice!,
February 1, 2011.
"All We Desire", is written by Carol Penner, who leads worship at The First Mennonite Church in Vineland, Ontario.,
January 25, 2011.
"Becoming Maladjusted", is written by Paula Killough, who leads the advancement staff at Mennonite Mission Network and is a member of Prairie Street Mennonite Church in Elkhart, IN.,
January 18, 2011.
"Words Fail", written by Bryce Miller. Bryce is Pastor of Shalom Mennonite Fellowship in Tucson, Arizona.,
January 11, 2011.
"God-is-with-us", written by Weldon D. Nisly, pastor of Seattle (OR) Mennonite Church,
January 4, 2011.
"The Angels' Song", written by Eleanor Kreider. Eleanor served for many years with her husband, Alan, as missionary teachers in England. She is a member of Prairie Street Mennonite Church in Elkhart, IN.,
December 28, 2010.
(Bonus Prayer) "Advent Prayer for Peace in Afghanistan", written by Carol Penner leads worship at The First Mennonite Church in Vineland, Ontario.,
December 21, 2010.
"However Deep the Darkness (Dantri Carol)", written by Jonathan Larson of Atlanta, Georgia. He composed these lyrics in celebration of the season and in thinking about the team of health workers (including his old friend, Dan Terry, and MCCer Glenn Lapp) who lost their lives in northern Afghanistan this summer.,
December 21, 2010.
"Great God", written by Gerald Shenk. Gerald now residing in Indiana, served with Richard Holbrooke on
the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding's Peacemakers in
December 14, 2010.
Larry Egly is a member of Hope Fellowship, Mennonite as well as a member of Veterans For Peace. He helps out regularly at Under The Hood Cafe, a GI Coffee House. The coffee house supports soldiers refusing to deploy to Iraq or Afghanistan, conscientious objectors, soldiers with PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury and spouses of soldiers.,
December 7, 2010.
"Che Jesus", Anonymous, Cordoba, Argentina, at Christmas, 1970
From Imaging the Word: An Arts and Lectionary Resource, Volume 3,
November 30, 2010.
"Overcoming the "need" to be first, best, final, or only", written by Dorothy Yoder Nyce from Goshen, IN, advocate for justice, parent, teacher, student of scripture, having lived in India, whose recent book is titled Multifaith Musing: Essays and Exchanges.,
November 23, 2010.
"How To Pray", written by Sara Kawira who lives and works near New York City, Her hobbies include writing, philanthropy, anthropology, and health care.,
November 16, 2010.
"A prayer for National Security and Immigration", written by Theda Good and Dawn Kreider of Denver Colorado. They both attend First Mennonite Church of Denver.,
November 9, 2010.
"The Foreseeable Future", written by Carol Penner. Carol has lived or lives in New York,
Saskatchewan and Manitoba and Ontario. She has been or is a
daughter, a sister, a friend, a student, a babysitter, a telephone
operator, a secretary, a health care aide, a wife, a waitress, a
homemaker, a sessional lecturer, a mother, a free-lance writer, a
chaplain, a minister and a blogger. She is a follower of Jesus who
loves to lead in worship. She is currently leading worship at The
First Mennonite Church in Vineland, Ontario.,
November 2, 2010.
"God's plea", written by Linda Gehman Peachey, Director of Women's Advocacy,
MCC US Peace and Justice Ministries.,
October 26, 2010.
"Weight of the World", written by Elizabeth Troyer-Miller, member of Peace & Justice Support Network Leadership Team.,
October 19, 2010.
Prayer written by Jorge E. Vielman, a Great Lakes MCC Regional associate for Michigan and Northwest Ohio. Jorge wrote the prayer in Spanish and it was translated into English.,
October 12, 2010.
Prayer written by Wilma Harder, who prays without ceasing but not audibly for the last 20 years or so, wrote this prayer for peace while completely exhausted late one evening but had to do it with her eyes closed. ,
October 5, 2010.
"Prayer for Peace", written by Titus Peachey, director of peace education for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) U.S.,
September 28, 2010.
"There is War Here", written by Hilary Scarsella, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary student and member of the Iraq Christian Peacemaker Team,
September 21, 2010.
"A Peacemakers Prayer", written by Jack Knox, pastor of Salem (OR) Mennonite Church. Jack recently finished a three-year term on the Peace and Justice Support Network Leadership Team.,
September 14, 2010.
"A Prayer for Children and Youth", written by June Mears Driedger, managing editor of Leader magazine and a spiritual director in Lansing, Michigan.,
September 7, 2010.
"Living - Body", written by Ken Hawkley gets to work for Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary and lives in Chicago.,
August 31, 2010.
"God in the Spaces", written by Carol Penner. Carol has lived or lives in New York, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and Ontario.,
August 24, 2010.
"God of Burning Bushes and Sweet Honey", written by Jeff Gundy, a poet who teaches at Bluffton University and is a member of First Mennonite Church in Bluffton. ,
August 17, 2010.
"Creator God", written by Melonie Buller, volunteer treasurer for the Peace and Justice Support Network. ,
August 10, 2010.
"A Triune Peace", written by Robert Hartzler, a retired pastor and conference minister living in Wayland, IA. He is an avid cyclist with an avocation of earthmoving.,
August 3, 2010.
"The Lord's Prayer", written by Deb Horst, Executive Director, Camp Luz. Member Martins Mennonite Church, Orrville , OH .,
July 27, 2010.
"A World without Strangers", written by Jeremy H. Funk, a candidate for pastoral ministry in Mennonite Church USA. Jeremy currently works as a copy editor in Eugene, Oregon. He worships and serves at Eugene Mennonite Church,
July 20, 2010.
"Give Us Big Words and Little Words", written by Cindy Snider, author and freelance writer, Wichita, Kansas,
July 13, 2010.
"God of the trapped", written by Kathleen Kern. Kathleen has worked with Christian Peacemaker Teams
since 1993, serving in Haiti; Washington, D.C.; the West Bank; Mexico; South
Dakota and Colombia. She currently lives near Rochester, N.Y. and recently finished
a history of Christian Peacemaker Teams. She is the editor of CPTnet.
July 6, 2010.
"To know the things that make for peace", written by Rachel Epp Miller, pastor at San Antonio Mennonite Church, San Antonio, Texas,
June 29, 2010.
"Kyrie for the city", written by Celeste Kennel-Shank, assistant editor of Mennonite Weekly Review and a member of Chicago Community Mennonite Church,
June 22, 2010.
"Peace Prayer for the Sudan", written by Jennifer Halteman Schrock is a nature fan who works at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College and attends Berkey Avenue Mennonite Fellowship, Goshen, IN. She has a friend in the Sudan who inspired this prayer and provided the place names. Spellings may vary. ,
June 15, 2010.
"Liberate Us, O God", written by Karl S. Shelly, Co-Pastor, Assembly Mennonite Church (Goshen, Indiana),
June 8, 2010.
"Prayer for peace and justice", written by Louise Wideman, associate pastor at First Mennonite Church, Bluffton, Ohio,
June 1, 2010.
"A River Prayer in the Season of Pentecost", written by Jonathan Larson who currently serves as interim pastor at the North Leo Mennonite Church in Indiana. The prayer was originally composed for the Mennonite Church Assembly in St. Louis, and has been adapted for its use now in Pentecost.,
May 25, 2010.
"Prayer for Peace in a Church of Enemies", written by Michael A. King, Telford, Pennsylvania, is dean-elect, Eastern Mennonite Seminary; and owner, Cascadia Publishing House LLC.,
May 20, 2010.
"Peace that Rests in You (Restless Peace)", written by James Rissler, Pastor, Atlanta Mennonite Fellowship,
May 13, 2010.
"Prayer for Peace", written by Rachel Miller Jacobs, spiritual director and worship resources coordinator for Leader magazine. ,
May 6, 2010.
"Prayer for the Little Ones", written by Linda Gehman Peachey,
Director of Women's Advocacy for MCC U.S. Peace and Justice Ministries
and member of The Dove's Nest Collaborative: Mennonites Keeping Children Safe,
April 29, 2010.
"Prayer for Peace", written by Linford and Mary Etta King. Linford is Denominational
Minister for Mennonite Church, USA and Mary Etta is Executive
Director of Kairos, School of Spiritual Formation.,
April 22, 2010.
Written by Muriel T. Stackley, the author of a chapbook of poetry calling
for just-peace: War is a god that demands human sacrifice.
Illustrated by Robert Joy. Foreword by Glen Harold Stassen.
April 15, 2010.
"This Week", Written by June Mears Driedger, managing editor of Leader magazine and a spiritual director in Lansing, Michigan.,
April 1, 2010.
"War Tax Prayer", Written by Titus M. Peachey, director of peace education for Mennonite Central Committee U.S.,
April 1, 2010.
"Prayers for Peace from a War Zone, Bethlehem, Fall 2000", Written by Dorothy Jean Weaver, Community Mennonite Church, Harrisonburg, VA,
March 25, 2010.
"Prayer for Peace", Written by Stanley W. Green, Executive Director of Mennonite Mission Network.,
March 18, 2010
"Morning Prayer for Orientation in a Broken World", Written by Don Clymer. Don teaches Spanish and Humanities at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Va., and serves on the pastoral care team at Lindale (Va.) Mennonite Church.,
March 11, 2010
"Misplaced Trust", is written by Jane Hoober Peifer, pastor, Blossom Hill Mennonite Church, Lancaster, PA.,
March 4, 2010
"Game of Peace", is written by Cynthia Hockman-Chupp, Mom of five,
February 25, 2010
"Wilderness": Ash Wednesday 2010, is written by Bryce L Miller, Pastor, Shalom Mennonite Fellowship, Tucson, AZ.
Each year, the Sonoran Desert claims more than 300 lives of migrants seeking to enter the United States according to government statistics.
February 18, 2010
"A Broken Heart", is written by Dorothy Nickel Friesen, Mennonite Church USA Western District Conference Minister, for Ash Wednesday
February 11, 2010
"Prayers Amidst the Headlines: Cries to God in light of a week's
violence.", Written by Nicholas Detweiler-Stoddard, peace co-coordinator
in Virginia Mennonite Conference.
February 4, 2010
"Pondering Power", Written by Ryan Miller, Editorial Director, Mennonite Mission Network,
January 28, 2010
"Prayer for Forgiveness", Adapted from "Faithful Reform in Health Care" words prayed in recent months in services of remembrance and in vigils for health care reform.,
January 21, 2010
"A prayer for reflective pause", Written Tim Huber is the new Peace and Justice Associate for Mennonite Church, USA.,
January 14, 2010
"A prayer for the Sunday after Epiphany", Written J. Daryl Byler is a representative for Mennonite Central Committee's programs in Iran, Iraq, Jordan and Palestine/Israel.,
January 7, 2010
"Peace Prayer of St Francis of Assisi", Written unknown (probably not St Francis of Assisi), December 31, 2009
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"A Prayer for Peace on Christmas Eve", Written by Mark Koenig, Coordinator of Presbyterian Peacemaking Program.,
December 24, 2009
"Advent prayer for peace in Afghanistan", Written by Carol Penner, Vineland, Ontario. From www.leadinginworship.com Worship resources in a Mennonite voice for ears of all kinds,
December 17, 2009
"Season of Waiting", Written by Sherah-Leigh Gerber, Resource Team Coordinator for Ohio Conference.,
December 10, 2009
"Transformation", written by by Carol Wenger, Minister of Youth and Young Adults, Ridgeview Mennonite Church, Gordonville, PA,
December 3, 2009
Written by J. Fred Kauffman, MCC Philadelphia Program Coordinator,
November 26, 2009
Written by Rich Preheim, director of Mennonite Church USA Historical Committee,
November 19, 2009
Written by Susan Mark Landis, Denominational Minister for Peace and Justice,Mennonite Church USA,
November 12, 2009
Written by Mike Mast, retired pastor from Dalton, Ohio,
November 5, 2009
Written by Malinda Berry, Instructor of Theological Studies & M.A. Program Director at Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN,
October 29, 2009
Written by Marie Snavely a member of Blossom Hill Mennonite Church,
October 22, 2009
Written by Hilary Scarsella, AMBS student and member of the Iraq Christian Peacemaker Team,
October 15, 2009
Written by Larry Egly. Larry works in a special education classroom and belongs to Veterans for Peace. He supports service persons that hang out at Under The Hood Cafe', a GI coffee house located next to Ft. Hood, TX.
He attends Hope Fellowship, a Mennonite congregation in Waco, Texas.,
October 8, 2009
Written by Marian Hostetler,
October 1, 2009
Written by Weldon Nisly, pastor of Seattle Mennonite Church,
September 24, 2009
Written by by James McGinnis: Praying for Peace Around the Globe,
September 17, 2009
Written by Joel Beachy,
September 10, 2009
Written by Kathleen Kern, editor of CPTNet,
September 3, 2009
Written by Kenneth L. Sehested. This prayer is reprinted with permission from the thought-provoking In the Land of the Living: Prayers Personal and Public,
August 27, 2009
Written by Sherah-Leigh Gerber, Resource Team Coordinator for Ohio Conference,
August 20, 2009
Written by Byron Rempel-Burkholder, editor of Faith and Life Resources, Mennonite Publishing Network, Winnipeg, MB,
August 13, 2009
Written by Marie Snavely, member of Blossom Hill Mennonite Church,
August 6, 2009
Written by Cathy Boshart of Lebanon, PA.,
July 29, 2009
Written by Shannon Daley-Harris, M.Div, From Cover the Uninsured, "Materials for Christian Prayer and Study"
July 23, 2009
By Maya Angelou, THE WORLD PRAYERS PROJECT
July 16, 2009
Written by Shannon Daley-Harris, M.Div.
July 9, 2009
Written by Anne Meyer Byler, Peace Resources Librarian at Goshen College.
July 2, 2009
Written by Duane Ediger who comes and goes from Chicago.
June 25, 2009
From the Christian Conference of Asia, Hong Kong, SAR, China.
June 18, 2009
Written by Evie Shellenberger, Mennonite Central Committee volunteer in Qom, Iran.
June 11, 2009
Written by hjkh
June 4, 2009
Written by Dr. Patricia Burdette, Editor for Mennonite Women USA. She is a retired professor of Rhetoric, and of American Indian Studies.
May 28, 2009
Written by Evie Shellenberger, Mennonite Central Committee volunteer in Qom, Iran.
May 21, 2009
Written by Elizabeth Troyer Miller of Shickley, NE. She is a member of the Peace and Justice Support Network Leadership Team for Mennonite Church USA.
May 14, 2009
Written by Saulo Padilla, Mennonite Central Committe, U.S. Director, Office on Immigration Education.
May 7, 2009
Written by Lois Hess Nafziger of Goshen, IN.
April 30, 2009
Borrowed from a liturgy formed to mark the 100th day in office of President Barack Obama. The liturgy is offered in relationship to the work of the Christian Peace Witness for Iraq (CPWI, www.christianpeacewitness.org ) witness April 29 – 30, 2009.,
April 23, 2009
written by Vickie Shurelds of Lima, Ohio.
April 16, 2009
written by Susan Mark Landis, Mennonite Church USA Peace Advocate.
April 9, 2009
written by Eve MacMaster, pastor of Emmanuel Mennonite Church in Gainesville, Florida.
April 2, 2009
written by Ron Byler, associate executive director for Mennonite Church USA.
March 26, 2009
adapted from a litany of Light in a Time of War, National Council of Churches USA
March 19, 2009
Written by Marlene Kropf, Mennonite Church USA Executive Leadership, Denominational Minister of Worship
March 12, 2009
written by Arlyn Friesen Epp, Winnipeg, manages the Mennonite Church Canada Resource Centre.
March 6, 2009
written by Ervin R. Stutzman, vice-president and seminary dean of Eastern Mennonite University.
February 26, 2009
written by Melonie Buller, a member of the Leadership Team for the Peace and Justice Support Network
February 19, 2009
written by Dorothy Nickel Friesen, Conference Minister, Western District Conference
February 12, 2009
written by Byron Rempel-Burkholder, editor, Faith & Life Resources, Mennonite Publishing Network, Winnipeg, MB.
February 5, 2009
written by Leo Hartshorn, Minister of Peace and Justice for Mennonite Mission Network.
January 29, 2009
dot; written by Rich Preheim is director of the Mennonite Church USA Historical Committee.
January 22, 2009
dot; written by Bradley Burston for Haaretz Newspaper in Israel.
January 15, 2009
written by J. Daryl and Cynthia Byler, MCC Representatives for Palestine, Jordan, Iraq and Iran.
January 8, 2009
written by Carol Penner of Vineland, Ontario. January 1, 2009
written by Timothy Seidel, Director for Peace and Justice Ministries with Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) U.S. December 25, 2008
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written by Anne Yoder, a lay leader at West Philadelphia Mennonite Church, and the archivist for the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, December 18, 2008
written by Carol Penner of Vineland, Ontario, December 11, 2008
written by Susan Mark Landis, peace advocate for Mennonite Church USA, December 4, 2008
written by Sharon Waltner, Mennonite Church USA moderator, November 27, 2008
written by Gilberto Flores is Director of Denominational Ministry and Missional Church for Mennonite Church USA Executive Leadership., November 20, 2008
written by by Byron Rempel-Burkholder, editor, Faith & Life Resources, Mennonite Publishing Network, Winnipeg, MB., November 13, 2008
written by Susan Mark Landis, peace advocate for Mennonite Church USA, November 6, 2008
This prayer was compiled from the thoughts and hopes of many people , October 30, 2008
Rich Preheim, director of the Mennonite Church USA Historical Committee. , October 23, 2008
Bek Linsenmeyer is part of a congregation--North Goshen Mennonite--that is working at cross cultural ministry in a neighborhood with many Hispanics.,, October 16, 2008
This week we especially invite your prayers for Colombia and our Mennonite sisters and brothers there. The attached prayer is in response to the situation in Colombia.,
from MCC, October 9, 2008
Warren Tyson, Executive Conference Minister for Atlantic Coast Conference, New Holland, Pa. and Conference Minister for Eastern District Conference, Souderton, Pa.,
October 2, 2008
Anne Meyer Byler is Peace Resources Librarian at Goshen College.,
September 25, 2008
September 21 has been designated International Day of Prayer for Peace. We are encouraging you to use the resources and prayers found at: http://peace.mennolink.org/resources/idop08/08dayofprayersheet.pdf this week as you pray.,
September 21, 2008
Kristy Shellenberger Yordy is a member of Assembly Mennonite Church in Goshen, IN., September 4, 2008
Lois Nafziger. Lois works as an administrative assistant for several programs of the Church Leadership Center of the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary., August 28, 2008
N. Gerald Shenk, and his wife Sara Wenger Shenk served in the former Yugoslavia under auspices of the Mennonite church. They lived for two of the nine years in Bosnia (1979-81). August 28, 2008
David Friebe-Makinto, age 10, August 21, 2008
Mukarabe Makinto-Inandava, HIV-AIDS/Immigration Advocacy and Global Partnership, Amahoro Int'l/Shalom Ministries/West Coast Mennonite Central Committee, August 21, 2008
Sheri Hostetler, pastor of First Mennonite of San Francisco., August 14, 2008
Susan Mark Landis, Peace Advocate for Mennonite Church USA, August 7, 2008
Christi Hoover Seidel, Peace and Justice Support Network administrative assistant, July 29, 2008
Jorge E. Vielman, Regional Associate for Michigan/Northwest Ohio, Mennonite Central Committee, Great Lakes, July 24, 2008
Leo Hartshorn, Minister of Peace and Justice for Mennonite Mission Network, July 17, 2008
Jim Loney,Christian Peacemaker Teams member. Jim was one of the four CPTers taken hostage in Iraq in 2005. He wrote this "Litany of Resistance" in 1991, during the first Gulf War. We have excerpted the litany here; you can find the full version online at http://www.cpt.org/publications/litanyofresistance.php., July 10, 2008
Samantha Lioi, who is currently studying at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary., July 3, 2008
Tonya Ramer Wenger, pastor of Madison (Wis.) Mennonite Church, June 26, 2008
Jane Hoober Peifer is pastor of Blossom Hill Mennonite Church in Lancaster, June 12, 2008
Jorge E. Vielman is Regional Associate for northwest Ohio & Michigan for Mennonite Central Committee, Great Lakes, June 5, 2008
Rachelle Lyndaker Schlabach, Director, Washington Office, Mennonite Central Committee U.S., May 29, 2008
This prayer was written by the junior high school Sunday School class at Prairie Street Mennonite Church in Elkhart, IN. Sarah Thompson is their teacher., May 22, 2008
Duncan Smith, Conference Minister, Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, May 15, 2008
Everett Thomas, editor of The Mennonite, May 8, 2008
Rachel Swartzendruber Miller is the Associate Director for Convention Planning, Mennonite Church USA, May 1, 2008
Jodi Read, Associate for Migration and Peacebuilding, West Coast Mennonite Central Committee, April 24, 2008
Leo Hartshorn, Minister of Peace and Justice, Mennonite Mission Network, April 17, 2008
Hugo Saucedo, Mennonite Church USA Western District Conference Youth Pastor, April 10, 2008
Joy Kauffman, from Willow Springs Mennonite Church, and centers on Zimbabwe, April 3, 2008
Gordon Houser, associate editor of The Mennonite, March 27, 2008
Susan Mark Landis, peace advocate for Mennonite Church USA., March 20, 2008
Esther Epp Tiessen, Peace Ministries Coordinator for Mennonite Central Committee Canada, in April, 2004. Unfortunately, it is still very timely today., March 13, 2008
Andre Gingerich Stoner, director of interchurch relations for Mennonite Church USA Executive Leadership and Pastor of Missions at Kern Road Mennonite Church., March 6, 2008
Rev. Clay Thomas, a planner for the March 7 interfaith peace witness in Washington, D.C., February 28, 2008
Peggy Gish, who is currently serving with Christian Peacemaker Teams in Iraq, February 21, 2008
Iris de Leon-Hartshorn, Director of Intercultural Relations for Mennonite Church USA, February 14, 2008
Cliff Kindy has been a reservist with CPT (Christian Peacemaker Teams) since 1990, February 7, 2008
Weldon Nisley, pastor of Seattle Mennonite Churc, January 31, 2008
Linford King, denominational minister for Mennonite Church USA, January 24, 2008
Laurie Oswald Robinson, editor of Timbrel magazine , January 17, 2008
Susan Mark Landis serves as peace advocate for Mennonite Church USA Executive Leadership, January 10, 2008
Dick Davis is pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Dallas, TX. , January 3, 2008
Marathana Prothro is director of Communications for Mennonite
Church USA Executive Leadership, December 27 2007
Leo is Minister of Peace and Justice, Mennonite Mission Network and co-director of Drumming for Peace, December 20, 2007
Cheryl Zehr Walker. Cheryl is an associate director of Mennonite Education Agency , December 13, 2007
James R. Krabill, Senior Executive for Global Ministries at Mennonite Mission Network, with Jason Shenk, MVSer in Elkhart, Indiana , December 6, 2007
Mary H. Schertz, Professor of New Testament and Director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at AMBS, November 29, 2007
Melodie Davis, staff writer for Mennonite Media, November 22, 2007
Gilberto Flores, director of missional church advancement for Mennonite Church USA, November 15, 2007
John H. Powell, Director for U.S. Ministries, Mennonite Mission Network, November 8, 2007
Ron Byler, associate executive director of Mennonite Church USA., November 1, 2007
Susan Mark Landis, peace advocate, Mennonite Church USA, October 26, 2007
Jim Schrag, Executive Director, Mennonite Church USA, October 19, 2007