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MCC, be guided by your core: an open letter from Luke Miller

Man stands on the river banks from Dirk Willems image from Martyr's mirror

Dear Ann and Ron, MCC has a history of drawing people from diverse Christian backgrounds together to do good work

Posted in Mennonite Central Committee

Open Letter to Ann Graber Hershberger and J. Ron Byler on Policy 152 of MCC

To Ann Graber Hershberger and J. Ron Byler, I am writing to express my discontent with Policy #152 that requires

Posted in Mennonite Central Committee

A love letter to the scattered pink siblings, from Orlando

Pink hymn sing on Wednesday night, July 5 before Youth Worship at the Mennonite convention in Orlando.

by Luke L Miller My beloved pink siblings everywhere, so many of you weren’t with us in Orlando at the

Posted in General

Notes from Pink Youth Summit, July 6, 2017

Notes from the Pink Youth Summit July 7, 2017 At the Mennonite Church USA convention in Orlando in 2017, 40

Posted in Orlando '17

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Hymn Sing at Kansas City 2016

Dear Pink Menno supporter, It’s been 8 years since we first came together to wear pink as a sign of

Posted in General

Loving the tradition from the margins: What Malcolm Gladwell is missing about power in his Mennonites podcast

Illustration of Malcolm Gladwell by Surian Soosay

Contributed by Luke L Miller Chester Wenger’s “An open letter to my beloved church” in 2014 was a beautiful, poignant

Posted in Education, MCUSA, Power

Compassion, Justice, and Kim Davis: Some Queer Reflections

Contributed by Justin Yoder “Yes, Kim Davis is a bigot, and yes, her four marriages are relevant. But we need

Posted in Pink Perspective Tagged with: ,

Lament for the institutionalized church: Trauma, rage, and hope from Kansas City

[Reposted from Our Stories Untold. Read Rae Halder’s original post here.] Rae wrote a version of this piece, originally posted on

Posted in Kansas City '15, MCUSA, Pink Perspective Tagged with: ,

Pink Menno Press release on July 2, 2015 Action at Mennonite Church USA convention


Posted in Kansas City '15, MCUSA

How can I keep from singing? (Part III)

This series of posts shares interviews conducted by Bobby Switzer for a thesis project at Goshen College, curated for this series by

Posted in Kansas City '15, Music, Pink Perspective