As we look over this past year, nowhere do we see TourMagination’s motto—“building bridges among Mennonites, other Christians and faiths around the world through custom-designed travel”—better lived out than in a series of events in the Swiss Alps.
Henry Sawatzky, a former conscientious objector, came from the Altona Hospital to attend the dedication service of the Wall of Remembrance in Winkler, Man.
A Wall of Remembrance erected in Winkler’s Bethel Heritage Park honours more than 3,000 young men who served as conscientious objectors (COs) in Manitoba during World War II. A Sept. 11 dedication service marked the completion of the wall constructed with 3,021 bricks, one for each CO.
‘One in six: Hunger’ was one of two works by Hamilton, Ont., artist Karen Thiessen on display at Conrad Grebel University College’s ‘Just Food’ exhi-bition last month. Thiessen’s piece had viewers wondering, ‘What do tires and barcodes have to do with justice and food?’
All the members of a panel convened by Rick Cober Bauman, Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Ontario’s di-rector, on Sept. 21 agreed that food security is a human right. But they did not agree on how to go about achieving it.
Impact of Menno H. Epp will last
Re: “Longtime Bible school teacher/pastor dies,” Sept. 19, page 30.
The tribute to Menno H. Epp immediately prompted my own.
1. Andrew Suderman says he is inspired by the values of South Africans who work not for themselves, but for others. Have you experienced other cultures, families or settings where attitudes are different from what you are used to? Do you agree with Suderman that we are taught to pursue success, power and influence?
One thing that I find so inspiring in South Africa is the countless people who participate in miraculous activities as they strive to make their communities better.