Read articles from our most recent Spring/Summer 2016 issue of In Part magazine!
Curing hate with love by Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas

Active peacemaking in a world at war

Brooke Strayer

Preparing to complete a one-year term in Zambia with Mennonite Central Committee’s S.A.L.T program, her heart beats for peacemaking. Ladies and gentlemen . . . Brooke Strayer.

Do all Anabaptists agree?

Findings from the 2014 Global Anabaptist Profile

Fear and Peace by Perry Engle

When the sky is falling, to whom do we turn?


Other articles

07.07.16 · More than homework

Ministering through an after-school program

07.07.16 · New Life for New Life

A congregation opens old doors

07.07.16 · Building homes, restoring dignity

Serving our neighbors in Mexico

07.06.16 · Entering the flow

Reimagining the conversation on peace and nonviolence

07.06.16 · The Peacemakers

How three BIC leaders work for peace in their unique contexts

07.05.16 · Continuing the pursuit

Is the BIC U.S. peace position still relevant in our current context?

07.05.16 · Is war ever just?

Two leaders weigh in on the idea of a "just war"

11.11.15 · Many Anabaptists, one global body

MWC PA 2015 draws believers from all over the world

11.11.15 · Backpacks for all

Ministry equips struggling families for a new school year

11.11.15 · Shaken but not broken

Cyclone in Bihar wreaks havoc on an impoverished area

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Quote of the day

It is tempting to dismiss the importance of good relationships by saying it is our relationship with Christ that counts. The reality is that a relationship with Christ places us in relationship with each other. None of us lives or dies unto ourselves.

John A. Byers (1934-2007), BIC Church leader