Schools & Organizations
Off Site Resources
Anabaptist Mennonites: The term anabaptist was used to describe and define certain Christians during the Reformation. These Christians rejected infant baptism, choosing instead believer’s baptism. Since many of them had been baptized in their infancy, they chose to be rebaptized as believing adults. So their enemies called them anabaptists - re-baptizers.
Anabaptist Network: Our aim is to offer resources from the Anabaptist tradition for reflection on Christian discipleship. We want to encourage friendship and sharing of ideas between those who are wrestling with the challenges of this context. Above all, we want to stimulate and encourage faithful and creative forms of mission, church life and discipleship.
Bible Resources: Read, study and search the Bible free online.
Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies offers graduate education in conflict management and peacemaking leading to the MA degree or graduate certificate. We also offer intervention and consulting services.
Christian Peacemaking Teams (CPT) is an organization committed to reducing violence by “Getting in the Way” - challenging systems of domination and exploitation as Jesus Christ did in the first century.
City of Dinuba: Check out the web page in the city we are located.
Christianity Today: Informing, Inspiring, Connecting and Equipping.
Confession of Faith: Mennonite Brethren have their roots in the Anabaptist-Mennonite movement of sixteenth century Europe. Anabaptists regarded their confessional statements simply as a public testimony of what they believed, based on the Word of God. Confessions are used as an outline for instruction, church policy and discipline.
Fresno Pacific University and Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary exist to prepare students for faithful and wise service through excellence in Christian higher education, and to strengthen the church and improve society through scholarship and service.
Kindred Productions is the publishing arm of the General Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches operating under the umbrella of the Board of Resource Ministries. Kindred publishes, promotes and markets print and mixed media resources that will help shape our Christian faith and discipleship from a Mennonite Brethren perspective.
Mennonite Aid Plan, Mennonite Insurance Services - Whether you’re looking to protect your home, auto or other valuable possessions, MAP and MIS offers a wide range of insurance products that can be tailored to meet your individual needs.
Mennonite Brethren Herald: A monthly magazine published by the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, primarily for the use of its members to build a Canadian MB community of faith.
Mennonite Central Committee is a relief, service, and peace agency of the North American Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches. MCC reflects the biblical call to care for the hungry and thirsty, the stranger, the sick and those in prison.
Mennonite Connections on the World-Wide Web is a catalogue of Mennonite and Amish resources on the internet.
Mennonite Disaster Service is a nonprofit disaster-relief agency that provides organized volunteer labor for cleanup, repair and reconstruction of homes.
Mennonite.net is a church-affiliated internet technology organization that seeks to guild and support Mennonite community on the World Wide Web.
Mennonite World Conference is an international fellowship of churches in Anabaptist tradition, representing 84 Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches from 49 countries on five continents. MWC’s purpose is to encourage Anabaptist Christians to “be the church” on the global level.
Multiply (www.multiply.net) is the global mission agency of the Mennonite Brethren church in Canada and the United States. Our goal is to help make disciples of all nations through church planting, leadership training and social action. Their site features their daily prayer guide for missionaries, new weekly stories of prayer and transformation, profiles of missionaries and projects, church resources and much more.
Tabor College offers liberal arts and professional/career education in a Christian context, consistent with what Mennonite Brethren understand to be biblical, to help persons achieve their highest potential as servants of Christ and His church, ministering to the needs of all people.
The Bible Gateway - Passage Lookup and Word Search the Bible.
Third Way Cafe - Mennonite Media: if you wonder why we are called Third Way Cafe, many times we think there are only two choices or options when actually there is a third or alternate way between two choices. We hope this sounds inviting to anyone exploring things that are different.
The Unbound Bible is a collection of searchable Bibles consisting of:
• 10 English versions including the NASB.
• Greek and Hebrew versions (the original Bible languages).
• 4 ancient versions.
• 42 versions in other languages.
US Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
Victim Offender Reconciliation Program - Since 1982 VORP has been bringing victims and offenders together in safe mediation or family group conference setting to permit the offender to take responsibility for his or her actions, to make things as right as possible with the victim, and to be clear about future intentions. VORP follows up to ensure that agreements are kept.
Youth Mission International is a discipleship training strategy of the American and Canadian Mennonite Brethren Church, as the youth division of MB Mission. Our vision is to mobilize and disciple a generation of end-time harvesters.
Youth With A Mission (YWAM)