May 7, 2017

Bible Text: Acts 2:42-47 and John 10:1-10 |

In the mid-1950s, a number of Mennonite leaders - calling themselves the "Goshen Group: - posed inter-war questions of what it meant to be a modern Anabaptist living according to the way of Christ.  They understood Anabaptist to mean a community of faith grounded in Scripture, open to the Spirit, mindful of their particular history, and yet not bound by Mennonite ethnicity.  They published pamphlets entitled "Concern."  Across our generations and life experiences, these Anabaptist principles of faith and engagement remain pertinent to FMC's transformation.

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