Brad Roth is pastor at West Zion Mennonite Church in Moundridge, Kansas. He is the author of God’s Country: Faith, Hope and the Future of the Rural Church (2017), which is excerpted here.
Read a June 23, 2014, Religion News Service story rounding up various polls that show differing levels of support for each side in the case.
The Mennonite World Review describes itself as an “independent journalistic ministry” appealing to Mennonites and members of the global Anabaptist movement. It is owned by Mennonite World Review, Inc., and is based in Newton, Ks.
The Conservative Mennonite Conference is an Anabaptist, conservative, evangelical organization that provides a list of resources on practices and beliefs, a directory of churches and ministries and more.
Mennonite Church USA is an Anabaptist Christian organization dedicated to providing leaders with resources to spread the word of God.
Family Life is a division of Campus Crusade for Christ that works to help the positive growth and development of relationships in families and marriages through counseling and faith.
Mennonite Mission Network is the mission agency of Mennonite Church USA that supports ministries in more than 50 countries. The organization works to provide existing congregations and ministries the resources they need to lead, mobilize and equip its followers for the religious lifestyle of the mennonite communities.
Third Way Café, produced by Mennonite Media on behalf of the Mennonite Churches of the U.S. and Canada, is an organization dedicated to providing educational resources on the history and present day news on Mennonites. The organization has over over 3,000 pages of information and resources on its website. Contact through the website.
Brackney is a professor of Christian Thought & Ethics at Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, Canada. He researches Amish religious practice and culture. He also does research on human rights and global ethics, as well as Baptist theology and history.