Mark’s Views, Perhaps – a look at life from behind my eyeballs
People have said that I put into words what they feel. People often have unspoken questions they wrestle with. Scary questions. A vibrant life of love for God and others begins by having risky conversations putting words to these questions. That’s what we do at this blog.
Thoughts about life, the pursuit of a wild, adventurous God, journeying through depression, what it means to follow Jesus, wrestling through Anabaptist heritage and convictions, church, all that good stuff. Not many answers, just thoughts, ramblings, and my own story.
Come into the Fields – Song of Solomon 7:11
Come Into the Fields is an invitation to come apart, be still, and to ask questions that will take us into a deeper knowledge of God and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Will you come into the fields?
I write about life so it doesn’t sink me: hard questions, good books, what I think of Jesus, and who put all these socks in the laundry. I learn from my mistakes when I confess them.
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!
life and theology from the perspective of Mennonite thinker
Kingdom Christianity – following Christ on the upward way
This blog exists for the advancement of the Kingdom of God by seeking to point people to Christ.
conservative Anabaptist perspectives
assorted essays on topics of general interest with a view of inspiring reflection and conversation
I love the Lord because other people spent time describing Him to me. I feel indebted to them – and Him – so I blog, hoping that my honest confessions from my own journey with God will encourage women to seek and know Him.
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.
Hi, I’m Esther and this blog contains my moderately curious, generally critical, yet fiercely hopeful thoughts about education, Mennonite culture, and traveling.
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.
Ultimate Metaphor – when earth mimics heaven
As a middle school English teacher who often notices metaphors, I love seeing how God uses mundane life to show who He is and who He is not. Richard Foster says “The material world is created, in part, so as to make visible…the realm of the invisible.”