This student handout ties with the lesson outline to focus on the Mennonite church in the 20th century. The beginning 20th century saw the Mennonite Church with strong leadership who resisted change. By mid-century, traditional standards began to weaken as the focus turned toward missions. Many congregations left the conference to maintain their standards.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter GoertzenSERIES: Church History 7: The Church in Modern Times All items in the series: