Elizabeth Miller, a member of Berkey Avenue Mennonite, was recently featured on the MCC website. She reflects on her work with MCC as an Anabaptist identity and history promoter in Bogotá, Colombia.
Elizabeth Miller is serving with MCC in Bogotá, Colombia, along with her spouse Neil Richer. Miller works as an Anabaptist identity and history promoter, and Richer is a micro-loan promoter. They are members of Berkey Avenue Mennonite Fellowship in Goshen, Indiana.
My work as a church historian with MCC Colombia is a unique one in that it has allowed me to know the Anabaptist churches here in both their present and historical realities. Over the past four years, this relationship has gradually convinced me that we in the North urgently need to know the history of our brothers and sisters in faith around the world.
Read the full article at www.greatlakes.mcc.org/stories/news/telling-colombian-anabaptist-story.
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