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<p>For a period of two months, in July and August 2006, a group of young Mennonites cycled across the United States, stopping in Mennonite communities to have conversations about the church. We rose early most mornings, cycled more than 85 miles per day, ate big meals together, met with churches whenever possible, and went to bed late – having discussions about our lives and the church all along the way. <br><br><br><strong>Movimiento en Bici<br></strong>Una perspectiva de iglesia de parte de adultos jóvenes menonitas <br><br>Durante dos meses, julio y agosto de 2006, un grupo de jóvenes menonitas recorrimos los Estados Unidos en bicicleta, deteniéndonos en comunidades menonitas para conversar sobre la iglesia. Nos levantábamos temprano casi todas las mañanas, recorriendo casi 85 millas por día, comíamos todos juntos, nos reuníamos con iglesias cuando era posible, y nos íbamos a dormir tarde — entablando discusiones acerca de nuestras vidas y de la iglesia durante todo el camino.​</p>

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For a period of two months, in July and August 2006, a group of young Mennonites cycled across the United States, stopping in Mennonite communities to have conversations about the church. We rose early most mornings, cycled more than 85 miles per day, ate big meals together, met with churches whenever possible, and went to bed late – having discussions about our lives and the church all along the way.


Movimiento en Bici
Una perspectiva de iglesia de parte de adultos jóvenes menonitas

Durante dos meses, julio y agosto de 2006, un grupo de jóvenes menonitas recorrimos los Estados Unidos en bicicleta, deteniéndonos en comunidades menonitas para conversar sobre la iglesia. Nos levantábamos temprano casi todas las mañanas, recorriendo casi 85 millas por día, comíamos todos juntos, nos reuníamos con iglesias cuando era posible, y nos íbamos a dormir tarde — entablando discusiones acerca de nuestras vidas y de la iglesia durante todo el camino.​

Bike Movement
A Mennonite young adult perspective on church.
Edited by Alicia Horst and Tim Showalter
Volume 14
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