Let me bring joy

Sunday, December 17, 2017

What are we waiting for?

The church needs to take Jesus and his teachings of peace seriously.

Mennonite Mission Network invites you to wear the "I choose peace" pin to be reminded of God's call to peace and justice, and to spark conversation with others about peacemaking and the Prince of Peace. Request your pin by clicking on the link below.

When you wear your pin:

Strive to take Jesus and his teachings seriously.

Live with holy imagination.

Plant and cultivate peace in yourself and the world.

Sign up for our monthly peacemaker email, and share where you've worn your peace pin on Facebook@MennoniteMissionNet and Instagram@ichoosepeace2018.


 

 

 

 

https://www.pjsn.org/ichoosepeace/Let-me-bring-joy

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