The Colors of the Mennonites in Andhra Pradesh
Behold the Love of God
A wonderfully colorful pictorial by brothers Paul and David Wiebe (Kindred Productions, Winnipeg, 164 pages) with brilliant photos and amazing landscapes from India, as well as artwork by David. Enjoy a breathtaking full color glimpse into the everyday life of the Mennonite Brethren Church and its members in India.
In Another Day of the Lord
The Mission Days of the Mennonite Brethren Church Of India in Pictures
This black and white pictures book by Paul and David Wiebe (Kindred Productions, Winnipeg, 2010, 154 pages) cannot tell the whole story of the missions days of the Mennonite Brethren Church of India, but it helps us understand better how a land once so far away and different from ours has become so much more familiar. Far beyond what was ever imagined, the work of missionaries in India, including MB missionaries in India, was an important factor in bringing about the changes we and people in India now take for granted.
Heirs and Joint Heirs
Mission to Church Among the Mennonite Brethren of Andhra Pradesh
The Mennonite Brethren of Andhra Pradesh are one among the many strong communities around the world in the newly emerging World Christianity. ‘Heirs’ and ‘joint heirs’ in the mission era stories of the Church in India, they are ‘heirs’ and ‘joint heirs’ also in the ongoing stories of the Church in India, indeed the world. Paul Wiebe writes the story of our “joint heirs in India” (Kindred Productions, Winnipeg, 2010, 408 pages) in scholarly detail.
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About the authors
Twins David and Paul Wiebe are the sons of Mennonite Brethren (MB) missionaries to India John A. and Viola C. Wiebe, the grandsons of MB missionaries to India Daniel F. and Anna Bergthold. David, a retired orthopedic surgeon, and his wife Lorma live now in Kearney, Nebraska. Paul, a retired social anthropologist, and his wife Donna Beth live now in Iowa City, Iowa. Both David and Paul have served extensively internationally, Paul most particularly in India, where he continues to serve in retirement in liaison between the Mennonite Brethren church conferences in the United States and Canada and the Mennonite Brethren church conference in India.