From left, Mary Raber, a Mennonite Mission Network worker in Ukraine; Peter Wolfe of Langley, B.C.; Catherine Enns of Winnipeg; and J. Ron Byler, executive director of Mennonite Central Committee U.S.; read from 1920s testimonies of aid recipients and MCC workers during a June learning tour. The reading took place in Khortitsa, Ukraine, at a memorial to Mennonite victims of Stalin's repression. Raber has served at Odessa Theological seminary and other theological schools in the larger region since 2009. She also writes, edits, translates theological works, and visits and encourages believers. MCC photo by Matt Sawatzky. (Reprinted by permission from Mennonite World Review.)

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