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  • Hutterites - Anabaptistwiki
    religious persecution they moved to Moravia The Hutterite community had several distinct practices like absolute pacifism and community goods Click the following link to learn more about other groups in the Anabaptist Family Contents 1 Hutterite Communities around the World 2 History 3 Electronic Resources 4 Annotated Bibliography Hutterite Communities around the World Click on the country links below to learn about Hutterites throughout the world or read the history

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  • Mennonite-Related Groups - Anabaptistwiki
    and 19th centuries Because of Mennonite evangelism and local grassroots Anabaptist movements in the 20th century Mennonite related groups exist today in North America Latin America Africa Europe and Asia Click on the following link to learn more about other groups in the Anabaptist Family Contents 1 Mennonites around the World 2 History 3 Annotated Bibliography 4 External Links 5 Citations Mennonites around the World edit Click on the country links below to learn more about where Mennonites live around the world or read the history section below to learn more about general Mennonite history Angola Argentina Australia Australian Conference of Evangelical Mennonites Austria Mennonitische Freikirche Österreich Bahamas Independent and Unaffiliated Belgium Belize Bolivia Botswana Brazil Burkina Faso Eglise Evangélique Mennonite du Burkina Faso Cambodia Phnom Penh Mennonite Church Canada China Hong Kong Conference of Mennonite Churches in Hong Kong Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Congregación Evangélica Anabautista Menonita en Cuba Dominican Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Ecuador Iglesia Evangélica Menonita Ecuatoriana El Salvador Ethiopia Meserete Kristos Church France Association des Eglises Evangéliques Mennonites de France Germany Ghana Guatemala Haiti Honduras India Indonesia Italy Chiesa Evangelica Mennonita Italiana Ivory Coast Eglise Protestante Anabaptiste L Institution Chrétienne Jamaica Jamaica Mennonite Church Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Luxembourg Association Mennonite Luxembourgeoise Malawi Mpingo Wa Abale Mwa Kristu Mexico Mozambique Netherlands Algemene Doopsgezinde Sociëteit Nicaragua Nigeria Panama Iglesia Evangélica Unida Hermanos Menonitas de Panamá Paraguay Peru Philippines Portugal Associação dos Irmãos Menonitas de Portugal Puerto Rico Republic of the Congo Communauté des Eglises de Frères Mennonites au Congo Brazzaville Romania Singapore Mennonite Church of Singapore South Africa South Korea Jesus Village Church Spain Asociación de Menonitas y Hermanos en Cristo en España Switzerland Konferenz der Mennoniten der Schweiz Taiwan Fellowship of Mennonite Churches in Taiwan Tanzania Kanisa la Mennonite Tanzania Thailand Life Enrichment Church

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  • Mennonite Brethren - Anabaptistwiki
    IP address Log in Mennonite Brethren From Anabaptistwiki Jump to navigation search Retrieved from http www anabaptistwiki org mediawiki index php title Mennonite Brethren oldid 10665 What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Printable version Permanent link Page

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  • Old Order Amish - Anabaptistwiki
    org encyclopedia contents O54 html accessed 30 July 2009 Old Order Amish around the World Click on the country links below to learn about specific Beachy Amish groups throughout the world or read the history section below to learn more about general Beachy Amish history History Annotated Bibliography Citations John A Hostetler Old Order Amish Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online 1956 http www gameo org encyclopedia contents O54 html accessed

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  • Russian Mennonite Related Groups - Anabaptistwiki
    land By the late 1800s however because of conflict with the Russian state over language public school and military service one third of Russian Mennonites immigrated to North America from 1874 1880 1 After the Bolshevik Revolution many other Russian Mennonites left Russia in migrations in 1922 1930 and 1947 fleeing famine and increasingly oppressive communist rule 2 Mennonites in the United States and Canada helped these Russian Mennonite immigrants move to Canada and various countries throughout Latin America In later years because of land constraints various Russian Mennonite groups in Canada also immigrated to Latin America Today there are many Russian Mennonite groups throughout North Central and South America Click the following link to learn more about other groups in the Anabaptist Family Contents 1 Russian Mennonites around the World 2 History 3 Annotated Bibliography 4 External Links 5 Citations Russian Mennonites around the World edit Click on the links below to learn about specific Russian Mennonite groups or read the history section below to learn more about general Russian Mennonite history History edit Annotated Bibliography edit Krahn Cornelius and Sawatsky Walter W Russia Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online 1989 http www gameo org encyclopedia contents R87 html accessed 30 July 2009 This encyclopedia article gives a detailed description of the Mennonite experience in Russia Lapp John A and C Arnold Snyder Testing Faith and Tradition Intercourse PA Good Books 2006 This is the second volume in the Mennonite World Conference MWC sponsored global history project and it covers the Mennonite experience in Europe Included in this book is an extensive chapter on Russian Mennonite history from the initial settlements in Russia to the Russian Mennonite diaspora in the 19th and 20th centuries External Links edit Citations edit Cornelius Krahn and Walter W Sawatsky Russia Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia

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  • Anabaptistwiki:Sources - Anabaptistwiki
    try to use this source template when creating a source article While not required it would be helpful to use the actual template because administrators can then make adjustments to all sources at the same time Fill in as many sections as you can and create new sections if you have pertinent information that does not fall in any of the sections from the template Remember incomplete information is better than no information Source articles are meant to provide the background information unavailable in the actual source This includes a summary of the source what was going on at the time the source was written information on the author etc The only required sections to include are the citation summary and link to source Style When entering sources into the Global Anabaptist Wiki use the following style guide Citations Always cite the sources you are using to contribute content to the Global Anabaptist Wiki Use Turabian Style when citing sources Adding a Source There are two ways you add sources either directly as an article or as an uploaded file Inserting source text directly as an article is more accessible to individuals with slow internet connections and avoids confusion over file format while uploading a file is less labor intensive Looking to add or upload a source to the Global Anabaptist Wikipedia Great but first make sure you are uploading with integrity Did you get permission from the creator to post his or her source Anabaptistwiki recognizes intellectual property and creative work by the original author Anabaptistwiki merely acts as a repository for sources posted on the site and will not tolerate the posting of sources which counteract the wishes and rights of the original author If you answered yes to the above questions then you are ready to begin uploading your source To upload your source follow these steps If your source is in a pdf word doc etc then upload it Make sure you have permission to upload files and then click upload file under the toolbox in the left hand navbar Upload your source and remember the name of the file Create your new article page To create a source page type the name of your source article in the search bar and click Go Notice that whatever you type in the search bar will be the exact title of your article so watch out for spelling mistakes and capitalization Follow the source naming specifications as outlined above in the Source Titles section Hitting Go should bring you to the search results page Near the top of the page you should see the following There is no page titled Your Source Article Name You can create this page Clicking on create this page will bring you to a screen where you can write your article Load the appropriate template A boilerplate is a pre formatted template for you to use which takes some of the work out of formatting and allows the site to be more consistent

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  • Anabaptistwiki:About - Anabaptistwiki
    Stories 3 3 Electronic Documents 3 4 Pictures Videos 3 5 Audio 4 Which Regional Administrator Should I Contact 5 Help Guides Contributing Content Who Can Contribute Anyone can contribute content to the Global Anabaptist Wiki and can edit any page but the main page and the higher level regional and country pages Anyone can contribute and edit content on any specific conference or congregation page and everyone can contribute stories How to Contribute If you would like to contribute add content directly to your conference or congregation s page or edit what is already there If you would like to edit country pages regional pages or broader group pages you can become a Registered User by contacting John D Roth johndr goshen edu You will have to choose a username and password In What Languages Can I Contribute The Global Anabaptist Wiki includes high level articles in English French German and Spanish These high level pages are human translated and each article includes distinct pages for each language The lower level pages are written in the originating language of the conference congregation story etc These pages can then be translated by Google Translate into English Spanish German French Indonesian Swahili Korean Dutch Japanese and Chinese To learn how to contribute different languages see our language policy page Where Can I Contribute Print Resources The Mennonite Historical Library MHL is a comprehensive research level library located on Goshen College s campus in Goshen Indiana that collects printed texts and images on all topics related to the Radical Reformation including the Anabaptists Hutterites Mennonites Amish and various related groups The MHL collects print materials from all Anabaptist related groups around the world If you would like to donate print materials about your group to the MHL please email mhl goshen edu or call 574 535 7418 Further Questions If you have any further questions about the structure or editing on the Global Anabaptist Wiki please contact Michael Miller mennomichael gmail com How Do I Get Access As A Registered User Anyone who is interested in serving as a translator of existing articles or wishes to have more access for editing can become a registered user by doing the following Choose a username and password Send a request to John D Roth Director of the Mennonite Historical Library johndr goshen edu including the username and password that describes who you are and what content you wish to contribute John will then create an account for you After John has created your account you will need to log in using your username and password in order to edit What Content Can I Contribute Articles The Global Anabaptist Wiki is made up of both personalized stories and encyclopedia style articles that describe different branches of the global Anabaptist church You can create new articles about your Anabaptist related group or edit existing articles or stubs Articles should relate directly to the Global Anabaptist church They may cover specific congregations conferences organizations or Anabaptist related

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  • Anabaptistwiki:Stories - Anabaptistwiki
    be included in the Global Anabaptist Wiki as a story These stories might be interviews with church members descriptions of church events commentary about issues relevant to the life of the conference or congregation or a statement about what your Anabaptist faith means to you These are just a few suggestions however and you should feel free to contribute any information that adds insight into the life of your community Credit Since the stories you contribute will often have a distinct personal bias or perspective this is GOOD include your name as the author Since stories are attributed to specific authors they should be protected so that the authors words will not be distorted by future editing Protection Since stories are the unique and personal voice of one individual Anabaptistwiki seeks to protect all stories once they are created so only administrators can edit them Stories cannot be edited by other regular users so they will retain the content that was originally posted Once a story is written Anabaptistwiki administrators will come through and protect the page from editing If this hasn t happened in awhile possibly because the administrators are busy feel free to send an email to one of them politely suggesting to protect your story Remember these people are volunteers How Do I Contribute Stories To create a story follow these steps Create your new story page There are two techniques of accomplishing this First go to a page that you would like your story to be linked to Go into edit mode and add a link to your as of yet nonexistent story in an appropriate area on the page Notice that whatever text you type in the link will be the exact title of your story so watch out for spelling mistakes and capitalization Follow the story naming specifications as outlined above in the Story Titles section Save the page The link to your nonexistent story should be red Clicking on this red link will bring you to an edit page for your new story The second way of creating an article is to type the name of your story in the search bar and click Go Notice that whatever you type in the search bar will be the exact title of your story so watch out for spelling mistakes and capitalization Follow the story naming specifications as outlined above in the Story Titles section Hitting Go should bring you to the search results page Near the top of the page you should see the following There is no page titled Your Story Name You can create this page Clicking on create this page will bring you to a screen where you can write your story Load the appropriate boilerplate A boilerplate is a pre formatted template for you to use which takes some of the work out of formatting and allows the site to be more consistent Simply choose the language your story will be written in under the Select Boilerplate option and click

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