The Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies welcomes manuscripts, both theoretical and empirical, about plain Anabaptist groups, including Amish, Apostolic Christian, Brethren, Bruderhof, Hutterite, Russian Mennonite, Swiss Mennonite, and related movements.The journal further seeks to include the rigorous research of members from plain Anabaptist communities, who are invited to submit manuscripts for special consideration. Editors: Cory Anderson; [email protected](editor), Joseph Donnermeyer: [email protected](assistant editor) Editorial Board: The editorial board is listed in the front matter of each issue Instructions for authors: See front matter of most recent issue Journal Policies: To be notified when new issues are released, add your email address to a JAPAS listserv by contacting the editor.The precious manuscript had been thrown into a pile of rubbish, inside a sack and was found by one of the Burmese converts.
The Cyclone Nargis, the largest recorded cyclone to ever hit Burma, destroyed everything in its path, and killed close to a million people, from which the country of Myanmar has yet to recover.
As with all Anabaptists, the brethren work night and day to provide for one another during and after such disasters, from which God opens many great doors and effectuals for the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Haury (1847-1929) was the first missionary sent out by a North American Mennonite denomination, working among Arapaho and Cheyenne people in what is now Oklahoma starting in 1880. But we will hardly be able to get away by the first of June.” The timeline of events seems a little muddied, however, since a letter also dated May 21, 1887, from Haury to the mission board, says: “I write these lines in deep shame and humiliation. A week later we find the sole surviving voice from one of the women concerned, Susie Hirschler Haury writing to H. Voth on May 28, in English (most of the other correspondence is in German): “We will go away soon, & it will be no more than natural that everybody at the Agency & at the schools will want to know why we have.
His mission career lasted only seven years, however, ending in scandal in 1887. I have already given the president of the board verbally and the secretary in written form my confession of my deep fall. Please tell them that we felt we could not remain or something to that effect.
But as with the Mennonites mentioned above, Bapitst are not Anabaptists in any stretch of the imagination, and the Anabaptists, dating back to the very first one (Acts 19:1-6) have to date, been "forbidden of the Holy Ghost to preach the word in Asia" (Acts 16:6). Nevertheless, under the blessing and direction of God Almighty, through the never ending work of the Holy Spirit of God, the gospel of Jesus Christ and open air evangelism as broken upon the country of Myanmar. Hre Ling National Bishop of Myanmar The Anabaptists Churches of Myanmar On May 24, 2009, the Anabaptists saints of Yangon held their Inauguration Services of the Anabpaptists Churches of Myanmar, with ministers and Christians joining in much prayer, singing and preaching as they dedicated themselves and their churches to the cause of Jesus Christ as Anabaptists for all eternity.