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Mr. James Krabill R.

Senior Executive for Global Ministries

Mennonite Mission Network

Direct Phone: (574) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.net

Mennonite Mission Network

722 Main St

Newton, Kansas 67114

United States

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Scholarly Monograph Series Editorial Committee Chair

Reunion Vocal Band

Christian Habits


Goshen College

African Studies

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Worship in Benin. Credit: James ...

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Worship in Benin. Credit: James Krabill

James and Jeanette Krabill served as mission workers in West African contexts over a 20-year period.
James now serves as senior executive for global ministries at Mennonite Mission Network.
For travelers interested in a more substantive encounter, AMBS is offering 3 hours of course credit, supervised by James Krabill, adjunct professor at AMBS, who with his wife, Jeanette, serve as tour guides for the trip.

After a historic overview of ...

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After a historic overview of Mennonite church planting by James R. Krabill, director for Global Ministries at Mennonite Mission Network, workshops were offered by various participants.

Posted in Church Planting, NewsTagged Bishop L. W. Francisco III, Calvary Community Church, Church of God Prince of Peace, Elizabeth Pritchard, Gisselle Guity, Grupo Familia de Apoyo Anabautista, Hilaire Louis Jean, Iglesia Amor Viviente, James R. Krabill, Karl Bernhard, Matthew Pritchard, Mauricio Chenlo, Mennonite Church USA, Mennonite Mission Network, national church-planting summit, Robert Russo, Roots Fellowship, Sara Wenger Shenk, Sarah Jackson, Sent 2016, The Schowalter Foundation

"Anabaptists have a word to speak ...

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"Anabaptists have a word to speak into the current situation we face in a secularizing world where church is less and less important," said Krabill. "You represent a stream of history that, for the most part, didn't tap into a Christendom model that assumed the culture would be Christian but saw the church as a group of people calling culture to authentic faith."

Krabill noted that while the Anabaptist focus on "the earthly Jesus in his ministry" has been a strength and important addition to conversations on mission, Mennonites have a difficult time engaging people "who don't know the story."
"While we declare community as the center of our life, we can become dysfunctional for imagining new people as part of the family," he added.
James Krabill, senior executive for Global Ministries for Mennonite Mission Network, presents an overview of Fully Engaged: Missional Church in an Anabaptist Voice, a new book he has co-edited with Stanley Green, executive director for Mission Network, at the March Constituency Leaders Council meeting at Silverwood Mennonite Church in Goshen, Indiana. (Photo by Annette Brill Bergstresser)
Posted in NewsTagged Bishop Leslie Francisco III, Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Interests, Constituency Leaders Council, David Boshart, denominational elders, Executive Board, Iglesia Menonita Hispana, James Krabill, Kurt Horst, Lois Johns Kaufmann, peer review process, resolutions process, Wilbert Shenk

Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary: Faculty and Staff

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James Krabill Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary: Faculty and Staff Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

James Krabill
James Krabill
Sessional Faculty
James Krabill is Senior Executive for Global Ministries for Mennonite Mission Network. From 1978 to 1996 he did Bible teaching in Ivory Coast, except for three years when he was involved in mission education in the U.S. From 1996 to the present he has been an administrator for Mennonite Mission Network and its predecessor.

Lazarus Project 2009 A-B

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James Krabill, MMN senior executive for global ministries, was Prairie Street's custodian for three years as a youth. He said he and Bennett joked that they had switched places.

"He was never above doing anything to serve the church," Krabill said.
Survied by his wife and two sons, James R., husband of Glenda Smoker Brubaker, and M. Ray, husband of Phyllis Craul Brubaker, both of Quarryville, PA; four daughters, Velma E., wife of Linford Good, Lancaster, PA; Carol J., wife of Larry Burkhart, Quarryville, PA; Gayle M., wife of Daniel Hershberger, Quarryville, PA and Joyce A., wife of Gordon Herr, Linden, WI; 21 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren; a brother, J. David Brubaker, Lancaster, PA and a sister, Verna Hess, Snyder Co., PA.

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