Together in Mission in MissionEnglish
Juntos en Misión en MisiónSpanish



Together in MissionOctober 2005GP0|#30b075de-6fbe-433b-a4b5-3dce4a6f90ba;L0|#030b075de-6fbe-433b-a4b5-3dce4a6f90ba|Missio Dei;GTSet|#bb9274b4-45fe-43f1-8b69-3df0b933cdb0;GPP|#a82c2124-212e-4f7a-b626-9a0c5a3534c2;GPP|#96e4d92c-656e-45f6-9cd5-ab8aed108e3cVolume 10 Dei/14/Together in MissionTogether in MissionCore beliefs, values and commitements of Mennonite Mission NetworkBy James R. Krabill



<p>​The 20th century was a remarkable century in mission. In the face of significant global shifts in perspective, Mennonite Mission Network has a renewed commitment to core biblical convictions while working to be effective in a changing context. The latest Missio Dei, Together in Mission outlines the core beliefs, values and commitments of Mennonite Mission Network.<br><br><br><strong>Juntos en Misión<br></strong>Convicciones, Valores y Compromisos Centrales de la Red Menonita de Misión<br><br>El siglo 20 fue un siglo notable en cuanto a la misión. En vista de cambios globales en perspectiva que son importantes, la Red de Misión Menonita renueva su compromiso con las convicciones bíblicas centrales mientras sigue trabajando para ser efectiva en un contexto cambiante. La más reciente Missio Dei, “Juntos en Misión,” resume las convicciones, valores y compromisos centrales de la Red Menonita de Misión.</p>

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The "M" word Dei/354/The "M" wordThe "M" wordBy Paula Killough
Bike Movement Dei/10/Bike MovementBike MovementEdited by Alicia Horst and Tim Showalter
Peace Church, Mission Church Dei/20/Peace Church, Mission ChurchPeace Church, Mission ChurchBy Alan Kreider
Understanding Islam Dei/23/Understanding IslamUnderstanding IslamBy Calvin E. Shenk
Growing the church in the rural neighborhood Dei/397/Growing the church in the rural neighborhoodGrowing the church in the rural neighborhoodBy Brad Roth
What is an Anabaptist Christian? Dei/1/What is an Anabaptist Christian?What is an Anabaptist Christian?By Palmer Becker
Tongue Screws and Testimony Dei/8/Tongue Screws and TestimonyTongue Screws and TestimonyBy Alan Kreider
Walking together in mission Dei/3/Walking together in missionWalking together in missionBy Mennonite Mission Network Staff
3-D Gospel in Benin Dei/2/3-D Gospel in Benin3-D Gospel in BeninBy Nancy Frey and Lynda Hollinger-Janzen
Immigration and the Bible Dei/6/Immigration and the BibleImmigration and the BibleBy M. Daniel Carroll R. (Rodas)
Digging for treasure in your own backyard Dei/9/Digging for treasure in your own backyardDigging for treasure in your own backyard By Jackie Wyse
The Patagonia Story Dei/15/The Patagonia StoryThe Patagonia StoryBy Delbert Erb and Linda Shelly
On Becoming a Missional Church in Japan Dei/11/On Becoming a Missional Church in JapanOn Becoming a Missional Church in JapanBy Michael Sherrill
Together, sharing all of Christ with all of creation Dei/12/Together, sharing all of Christ with all of creationTogether, sharing all of Christ with all of creationEdited by Ryan Miller and Ann Graham Price
What I Learned from the African Church Dei/13/What I Learned from the African ChurchWhat I Learned from the African ChurchEdited by James R. Krabill
Together in Mission Dei/14/Together in MissionTogether in MissionBy James R. Krabill
'A New Day in Mission' Dei/16/'A New Day in Mission''A New Day in Mission'By Lynda Hollinger-Janzen
Students Talk about Service Dei/17/Students Talk about ServiceStudents Talk about ServiceEdited by James R. Krabill and Stuart W. Showalter
Purpose Driven Mennonites Dei/18/Purpose Driven MennonitesPurpose Driven MennonitesBy Craig Pelkey-Landes
Money and Mission—Allies or Enemies Dei/19/Money and Mission—Allies or EnemiesMoney and Mission—Allies or EnemiesBy Peter Graber
From Kansas to Kenedougou—And Back Again Dei/21/From Kansas to Kenedougou—And Back AgainFrom Kansas to Kenedougou—And Back AgainBy Donna Kampen Entz
Does Your Church "Smell" Like Mission? Dei/22/Does Your Church "Smell" Like Mission?Does Your Church "Smell" Like Mission? By James R. Krabill
For God so loved Afghanistan Dei/4/For God so loved AfghanistanFor God so loved AfghanistanBy Steve and Sheryl Martin
New Anabaptist Voices Dei/5/New Anabaptist VoicesNew Anabaptist VoicesEdited by Matthew Krabill and David Stutzman
No Purse, No Bag, No Sandals Dei/7/No Purse, No Bag, No SandalsNo Purse, No Bag, No SandalsBy Conrad L. Kanagy


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​Why does the Mennonite Church engage in mission work, both abroad and in the United States? What beliefs and values shape our work? Where does the inspiration and impetus for mission come from?

In 2001, upon the merging of the General Conference Mennonite Church and the Mennonite Church, a new mission agency - Mennonite Mission Network - was born. in 2006, Mission Network published a Missio Dei, called Together in Mission: Core Beliefs, Values and Commitments of Mennonite Mission Network, laying out the core beliefs that guided its work.

Now, seven years later, Mission Network has updated the piece in Walking Together in Mission: Following God's Call to Reconciliation.

Walking together in mission
Mennonite Mission Network's philosophy of mission.
By Mennonite Mission Network Staff
Volume 22
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