God has done so much for me and I cannot keep quiet about it. Writing is a way for me to not only document my personal journey of healing and hope from pain and despair, but to bless others who are walking the same path.
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The Anabaptist Faith website is dedicated to presenting the Christian faith as Anabaptists believe and practice it. This blog responds to other perspectives and offers reasons to be Anabaptist.
Focus on Bible and Church from an Anabaptist perspective and concern for people to live in joyful, healthy discipleship to Jesus Christ.
Dwight Gingrich Online – exegesis, ecclesiology, and exploration
This website exists to build up the Church of Jesus Christ by helping her listen carefully to the Scriptures. You will also find some pages with personal content—anything that is important to me that I wish to share publicly. Happy exploring!
I blog about my life as a Delaware Wife, Mama, and Grammy. Sunshine and saltwater, laughter and tears– each day I look for reasons for grateful praise.
Where sexual abuse, cancer, and redemption collide. Here, I blog about a God who redeems incredible evil and suffering and never lets us go even when we let go of Him.
life and theology from the perspective of Mennonite thinker
My blog gives tidbits of my life in general, around the home and farm. I also share some of the going-ons of our Brethren community.
conservative Anabaptist perspectives
Pilgrim Nicci — journeying on
My blog is a testimony of the pilgrim’s journey.
Radi-Call – calling young Anabaptists back to The Root
Radi-Call is a group of conservative Anabaptist youth from different states and church backgrounds who share a common love for Jesus Christ.
The Arctic Anabaptist Blog contains various teachings and musings of the author regarding the Christian life, as well as, a few photographs and stories of living in the Last Frontier.
During the Protestant Reformation, the Anabaptists were considered radicals for taking Scripture –specifically Jesus’ teachings– literally. While most of the Protestant church fought over their theological differences and even took up arms, the Anabaptists stood in persistent, confrontational peace. My blog’s intent is to do the same.
We are a group of young people with an intention of encouraging our people to think more and better about their beliefs.