Leader Magazine

Leader Magazine

Fall 2021

Published by: MennoMedia

Imprint: Leader

48 Pages, 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00

  • Pamphlet
  • 9781513810072
  • Published: July 2021

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Can We Talk . . . Politics?

Christians, including Anabaptists, have never been more divided in our politics. Jesus had a lot to say about being “in the world, but not of the world.” What does that mean for engaging with the issues of our time? We can foster an atmosphere of constructive and brave dialogue that moves us toward action for justice, peace, and true equality with others—without fear.  Includes Advent/Christmas/Epiphany worship resources.


FEATURES
Politics of Jesus remix by Shane Claiborne
 
Navigating the “wall” between church and state by Valerie Rempel
 
Taking the long view by Sarah Augustine
Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery
 
Jesus and the “what abouts?” by Michael Gulker
 
Politics and the powers by Matt Hamsher
 
Question by Jess King, Duane Goossen, Sandy Shantz
How have you integrated your faith with your political role and aspirations?
 
Preaching in partisan times by Scott Peterson
 
 
COLUMNS
Editorial: A fascinating time
by Amy Gingerich
 
In worship: Worship and politics
by Katie Graber and Anneli Loepp Thiessen
 
In the Word: The three faces of Advent
by April Yamasaki
 
In the family: Let the story be the story
by Talashia Keim Yoder
 
In the details: The way we choose
by Paul Loewen
 
In the world:  Longitudinal and latitudinal presence with God and others
by Alma Ovalle
 
LEADER TIPS
Putting politics aside with trauma-responsive hospitality
by Hugo Saucedo
 
Tips for talking politics (and other divisive issues in the church)
by David Dyck
 
WORSHIP RESOURCES
Advent to Epiphany: Dare to imagine