After going without regular X-ray technology for over 20 years, staff at a rural Sierra Leone hospital celebrated the opening of a new X-ray department on January 24, 2018.
On December 2, 2017, 90 students celebrated their graduation from Mennonite Theological College of Eastern Africa (MTCEA) with singing, speeches, recognitions, and even a rap that recounted the year’s experiences. The celebration was all the sweeter because, in the last year, the college has experienced a dramatic turnaround that took it from a dying establishment of just three students to the thriving college of today.
In the new book “Acclimated to Africa: Cultural Competence for Westerners,” author and Eastern Mennonite Missions (EMM) worker Debbi DiGennaro provides a practical guide to help Westerners navigate the vast cultural differences between Africa and the Western world.
During Eastern Mennonite Missions’ (EMM’s) first-ever adventure fundraiser, harsh weather and altitude effects didn’t stop the 10 hikers from finishing the trek — and raising $58,142 to benefit the PROMESA school.
Throughout Nigeria — where 50 percent of the population is Muslim — a new translation of a book series written to help Muslims understand Jesus’ gospel is making an impact among local readers.
Coming with first-hand reports of the huge earthquake in Mexico City and Syrian refugees in Turkey — more than 60 international mission leaders from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas gathered at Mount Joy Mennonite Church September 19-22, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the International Missions Association (IMA).
LANCASTER, Pa. — You’re 55 or older, and you want to put your faith into action. Wondering where to go?
SALUNGA, Pa. — In Latin America, where 90% of people identify as Christian and only 0.1% as Muslim — according to a 2015 study by the Pew Research Center — Christian-Muslim relations is not often emphasized. However, with an expected 12.5% increase in the Muslim population there by 2050, understanding between Christians and Muslims is a growing need.
LANCASTER, Pa. — At Rivers Edge Fellowship in Lancaster City, children from Nepali refugee backgrounds danced to worship songs with members of Weaverland Mennonite Church’s youth group. Then the group sat together on the floor.