A contributing artist and columnist for Plough Quarterly, Landsel reflects on the life of his friend, Larry Mason, a Vietnam vereran, graduate of the streets of New York City, and a brother in the Bruderhof comunity.
Those who knew J. Heinrich Arnold later in life wondered at the way people were drawn to this strange man with a thick accent and easy smile. In his presence, complete strangers poured out their darkest secrets and left transformed. Others wanted... Read More
In this time-honored manifesto, Arnold adds his voice to the vital discussion of what real intentional community is all about: love, joy, unity, and the great “adventure of faith” shared with others along the way. Read More
This book is the story, told in Annemarie’s own words, of her path from doubt and despair to a life of purpose, faith, and joy. Annemarie was set on this path when she responded to a call from God so strong and direct that it abolished all her... Read More
As Hitler’s armies turn mainland Europe into a mass graveyard, a little group of 300 pacifist refugees – half of them babies and young children – looks for a new home. Where should the refugees try to resettle next? This is one year of their story. Read More