Our world is increasingly complex, fast-paced, and divided. How are people of faith bringing their best selves to the world each day? How are we leading, growing, and being as people of God? ~ing Podcast is a place to share insights and stories from individuals creatively engaging the present and mo… read more
The 500th anniversary of Anabaptism in 2025 gives the church a unique opportunity to celebrate and dream. This week on ~ing Podcast, hosts Allison Maus and Ben Wideman are joined by Mollee Moua and John Roth, two individuals helping to shape this anniversary celebration. They will share some of their vision for how we might celebrate the Spirit’s calling together of diverse people across all boundaries of culture and geography, and to dream about how more people can be invited into and participate in leading and shaping Anabaptism’s future. This is part one of a miniseries where we'll meet more of the people involved with this incredible project.
To learn more about Anabaptism at 500 or how to add your voice to the first-ever Anabaptist Community Bible, visit Anabaptismat500.com
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