Giving Tuesday TuesdayGiving TuesdayHelp build the unity of the church!<h2>This #GivingTuesday, give the gift of unity<br></h2><p>Anabaptists are a diverse group. Some speak one language, while others speak many. Some are new to Anabaptism others were born into it. Some drive clunker cars, while others drive the newest Honda or Toyota on the road. "All of us come from different backgrounds with faith practices. It is most important to hold to the unity of the body of Christ," said Kyong-Jung Kim, administrator of the Korean Anabaptist Center in Seoul.<a href="/resources/publications/Missio%20Dei/1/What%20is%20an%20Anabaptist%20Christian" target="_blank" title="What is an Anabaptist Christian"><img data-file-id="10165" src="" align="right" alt="" style="border-width:0px;width:180px;margin:5px;outline:none;text-decoration:none;height:277px;" /></a></p><p>For many Anabaptists around the world, that unity can be found in three simple phrases:<br></p><ol role="list" start="1" style="color:#000000;font-family:-webkit-standard;"><li><p>Jesus is the center of our faith.</p></li><li><p>Reconciliation is the center of our work.</p></li><li><p>Community is the center of our lives.<br></p></li></ol><p>These three phrases are taken from Palmer Becker's <em>Missio Dei#18: What is an Anabaptist Christian?</em> For people like Alix Lozano, it gives a sense of belonging."I realized this was the type of theology and church that I had always been looking for," she said. Lozano is a Colombian pastor and director of the Mennonite Biblical Seminary of Colombia.<br></p><h2>Give today and support resources that build the unity of the church!</h2><br>



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