This Weekend: Conferencing with Anabaptists!

I had a great time at this weekend’s conference on “Crossing the Line: Women of Anabaptist Traditions Encounter Borders and Boundaries” at Eastern Mennonite University. I presented a paper on Brethren in Christ women, pastoral leadership, and evangelicalism, as part of a panel on Brethren in Christ women around the globe. I got to hearContinue reading “This Weekend: Conferencing with Anabaptists!”

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Mennonites and Charismatic Renewal (Part 2)

After an all-too-long gap, I’m finally sharing a bit more about my ongoing research into the ways in which North American Anabaptist (such as Mennonites and Brethren in Christ) participated in the charismatic renewal movement. Here’s a taste from my post over at the Anabaptist Historians blog: . . . while some Anabaptists cut loose their denominational tiesContinue reading “Mennonites and Charismatic Renewal (Part 2)”

Mennonites and the Charismatic Movement (Part 1)

Over at Anabaptist Historians, I have a new post about my current research related to Mennonites, Brethren in Christ, and other North American Anabaptists’ engagement with the mid-twentieth century charismatic movement. Here’s a taste: Anabaptist-Mennonite historians have paid very little attention to charismatic expressions within the traditions they study. While much—though not enough—ink has beenContinue reading “Mennonites and the Charismatic Movement (Part 1)”