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South Central Frontiers. 16. Davis, Kenneth R. Anabaptism and Asceticism.
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a relief, service, and peace agency representing fifteen Mennonite, Brethren in Christ and Amish bodies in North America. headquarters are in Akron, Pennsylvania, the Canadian in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Founded in Chicago, Illinois, MCC held its first meeting on September 27, 1920. Its original goal was to provide food for Mennonites starving in Ukraine.
South Central Frontiers: A History of the South Central Mennonite Conference. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press. Mennonite Mission Church (Hannibal, Missouri, USA)". Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. "Nelson E. Kauffman Papers, 1911-1981".
Mennonite Studies, Winnipeg, Manitoba. With over 70 historic photographs, this coffee-table book offers a rare glimpse into the prosperity, sorrow, and rebirth of the Mennonite story in Russia and Ukraine. Mennonite Studies is an Interdisciplinary Program at the University of Winnipeg. All proceeds go towards the Paul Toews Professorship in Russian Mennonite History, which funds programs like the KGB Archives project. The Russian Mennonite Story. Take a unique journey through the Russian Mennonite past with this coffee-table book with nearly 100 historic photos.
In 1955, Kauffman was appointed secretary for home missions for the Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities . South Central Frontiers: A History of the South Central Mennonite Conference.
In 1955, Kauffman was appointed secretary for home missions for the Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities, prompting his and Christmas Carol's move from Hannibal to Elkhart, Indiana Nelson Kauffman's personal papers are housed in the Mennonite Church USA Archives.
Mennonite - Mennonite - North America: Beginning in 1663, Mennonites .
Mennonite - Mennonite - North America: Beginning in 1663, Mennonites emigrated to North America to preserve the faith of their fathers, to seek economic opportunity and adventure, and especially to escape European militarism. Mennonite congregations-with the exception of the Amish, the Hutterite Brethren, and some conservative Mennonites-are joined together into regional conferences, 23 of which are in the United States. A similar organization, the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), was founded by North American Mennonites initially to relieve famine in Russia.
A solid history of the Mennonite faith. However, it is a bit too scholarly for the intended audience.
This book is promoted as an introduction and a popular history to Mennonite History, but Chapter Two (titled "Anabaptist Origins") fails to provide a lucid chronology of its subject matter. It starts off well enough, describing the roots of Anabaptism, but then veers off into a discussion of how previous historians addressed important themes of Anabaptist history. Its introduction of the Schleitheim Conference - which apparently is an important aspect of Anabaptist history - is clearly geared toward people who already know what happened at this conference. A solid history of the Mennonite faith.
South Central Mennonite (MC) Conference, successor to the Kansas-Nebraska Mennonite Conference, organized in 1921 under the name Missouri-Kansas Conference.
South Central Mennonite (MC) Conference, successor to the Kansas-Nebraska Mennonite Conference, organized in 1921 under the name Missouri-Kansas Conference; it was renamed South Central Conference in 1946 to give more adequate recognition to its congregations in Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Beginning in 1921 with 35 reporting congregations with 1,907 baptized members, in 1957 it reported 58 congregations (14 unorganized), with 3,413 members.