Mark’s Views, Perhaps – a look at life from behind my eyeballs
A collection of Amish YouTube videos from Arthur, Illinois and Pinecraft, Florida, featuring horse farming and gospel chorus singing.
a glimpse into my life as a missionary in the beautiful city of León, Nicaragua
Infrequent, largely lighthearted posts. Vague thoughts of heavier material in the future – and that may never happen.
my travelogue –geographical and otherwise
I’m a Kansas farm girl doing life in a southeast Asian city, who gets confused about her identity at times. Here you’ll find random bits of poetry and glimpses of ordinary life lived in another culture.
musings and adventures of a Mennonite girl from Indiana doing life in Brooklyn, NYC
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.
I’m an Anabaptist music teacher from Indiana doing life in Jewish Brooklyn, NYC. Visit my blog to learn and discuss all things Jewish and Mennonite!
conservative Anabaptist perspectives
assorted essays on topics of general interest with a view of inspiring reflection and conversation
Hi! I find inspiration in my work on our family farm as well as my travels as a vandriver for local horse and buggy Mennonites:) God continues to shower unending love on my life. Please stop by and be encouraged to see His work in your life too! Blessings, Kendra
a collection of snapshots from the life of an itinerant, most-of-the-time-Central American missionary girl
Hi, I’m Esther and this blog contains my moderately curious, generally critical, yet fiercely hopeful thoughts about education, Mennonite culture, and traveling.
The Curator is a poetry publication platform sharing quality work by contemporary poets.
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.