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Development to a Different Drummer: Anabaptist/Mennonite Experiences and Perspectives By Richard A. Yoder,

  • Title: Development to a Different Drummer: Anabaptist/Mennonite Experiences and Perspectives
  • Author: Richard A. Yoder
  • ISBN: 9781561484539
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Each of the authors has spent years doing development, as wll as in academia.
    Development to a Different Drummer Anabaptist Mennonite Experiences and Perspectives Each of the authors has spent years doing development as wll as in academia

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    1. Review by Alana FlentjeREAD MORE AT tear education reviUnderlying this very accessible Christian reflection on the process of development is the apparently obvious, but often unnoticed, conviction that some ways of doing development are better than others.The authors are from the Anabaptist Mennonite peace church tradition, a church tradition with a strong record of engagement in creative and peacebuilding approaches to development They have taken the trouble to be critical and self reflective a [...]

    2. If spending 3 years in Haiti was a major in college, this book would constitute Working with MCC 101 Produced after a conference at Eastern Mennonite University in the late 1980s, it comprises a brief history of MCC Mennonite Central Committee and MEDA Mennonite Economic Development Associates , essays by professional development workers, and analysis and summary by the book s editors Although the writing style is choppy at times, it provides a basic overview of working as an international volun [...]

    3. This book is useful for Anabaptist Mennonite international development practitioners, as a means of stimulating thought about how we work Part II with personal accounts from Anabaptist development practitioners is particularly interesting, as are some of the analysis and discussions in Part III that touch on many of the challenges and dilemmas faced by Anabaptists working in the field of development.

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