Faith and fiction; Israeli/Palestinian conflict in film; Issues in missiological thinking; Media, culture and society; Mission and film; Student missionary movement; Women and mission
Jamie Ross is co-editor of Anabaptist Witness (www.anabaptistwitness.org), a global Anabaptist and Mennonite dialogue on key issues facing the church in mission, and a publication of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Mennonite Church Canada, and Mennonite Mission Network. She serves on the American Society of Missiology Board of Publications and chairs the Interchurch Relations Reference Group for Mennonite Church USA. Ross serves as editor for International Ministries and as assistant for Europe for Mennonite Mission Network. She has lived and worked in both Kyrgyzstan and Israel, and holds a master’s degree in theological studies with a concentration in mission and evangelism.
Ross lives in Lombard, Illinois, where she attends Lombard Mennonite Church and Sacred Heart Catholic Church. When she's not reading or writing, you'll find her hiking in the woods or falling off a climbing wall.