Mennonite Periodicals

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Anabaptism Today JournalwebsitePublished three times a year between November 1992 and November 2004, the Network’s journal was dedicated to exploring radical church history and its implications for discipleship today.
Canadian MennonitewebsiteMission statement: To educate, inspire, inform, and foster dialogue on issues facing Mennonites in Canada as it shares the good news of Jesus Christ from an Anabaptist perspective. We do this through a print publication (published 24 times a year) and through other media, working with our church partners.
Concerndigital archivesConcern is the name given to a series of pamphlets initiated by a group of young American Mennonite graduate students, relief workers, and missionaries who met in Amsterdam in 1952 to address issues confronting the Mennonite church in Europe. [More]
Gospel Herald, The digital archivesThe Gospel Herald, the official organ of the Mennonite Church (MC) began publication 4 April 1908, as a merger of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart). It merged with The Mennonite of the General Conference Mennonite Church to form a new periodical called The Mennonite; the last issue of Gospel Herald was 27 January 1998.
Mennonite Brethren HeraldwebsiteMennonite Brethren Herald is published monthly by the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, primarily for the use of its members, to build a Canadian MB community of faith.
Mennonite HistorianwebsiteA publication of the Mennonite Heritage Centre and the Centre for MB Studies in Canada
Mennonite LifewebsiteFounded in 1946 by Cornelius Krahn, Mennonite Life is now an illustrated online annual published by Bethel College that is devoted to exploring and developing Mennonite experience.
Mennonite Quarterly Review, ThewebsiteA Quarterly Journal Devoted to Anabaptist-Mennonite History, Thought, Life and Affairs
Mennonite World ReviewwebsiteMennonite World Review is an independent journalistic ministry that has published a newspaper since 1923. Serving Mennonites and the global Anabaptist movement, MWR also publishes this website, including The World Together blog. All are owned by Mennonite World Review Inc., a nonprofit corporation based in Newton, Kan.
Mennonite, Thewebsite
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The Mennonite is the publication of Mennonite Church USA, which established three purposes for the publication:
1. To provide a forum for the voices within the denomination
2. To promote the ministries of Mennonite Church USA
3. To offer an editorial voice distinct from but collaborative with other leadership voices.
Vision: A Journal for Church and TheologywebsitePublished Spring and Fall by:
Institute for Theology and the Church, Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Institute of Mennonite Studies, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana
Young Center NewsNewsletter archiveYoung Center News is published twice each year for those interested in the work and events of the Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies. For e-mail notification and a link to each new issue of Young Center News, send an e-mail message to youngctr@etown.edu.