Making Sense of the Journey: The Geography of Our Faith
Subtitled "Mennonite Stories Integrating Faith and Life and the World of Thought."
These compelling memoirs trace the effects of a tumultuous century on mainly rural Mennonites. As their frame of reference shifted from the rural to the professional, many of these writers assumed key roles in leading and shaping Mennonite institutions. By confronting their own beliefs and faith practices, they gradually transformed the Mennonite church. Includes memoirs of the following authors: Esther K. Augsburger, Myron S. Augsburger, Titus W. Bender, James R. Bomberger, Gerald R. Brunk, Ray Gingerich, Samuel L. Horst, Albert N. Keim, C. Norman Kraus, Nancy V. Lee, Harold D. Lehman, John R. Martin, Paul Peachey, Calvin W. Redekop, Calvin E. Shenk, and Edward B. Stoltzfus. (336pp. illus. Herald Press, 2008.)