In biblical tradition collective memory shapes the character and values of people. These 28 stories reveal Mennonites' core values, who they are and want to be. Here you can read about peacemaking Native Americans, pioneer life, revolution in Russia, migration, optimistic David Toews, Annie Funk and the Titanic, a near hanging in Kansas, Orie Miller, dismantling racism, Emma Richards and Marilyn Miller, Peter Dyck, Mesach Krisetya, a new search for Clayton Kratz, and more.
Mennonites from varied backgrounds and experiences tell their stories. Ordinary people draw together in heart and mind, sharing events that mark their life and faith showing how God works in extraordinary ways. 224 Pages.