At 3 years old, the Evana Network is solidifying its identity as a collaborator with other Anabaptist denominations.
During a delegate session at Evana’s third ReGen convention, held June 29-July 3 at Taylor University, Evana board chair Matt Hamsher of Kidron, Ohio, said the evangelical Anabaptist group is “not competitive but collaborative.”
Citing a choice between being another Anabaptist denomination or a resource agency for local mission, he said the emerging vision is for Evana to partner with other denominations while also being a credentialing network for congregations who want Evana as their primary affiliation.
“We want to serve your congregations without taking them away from you,” Hamsher said.
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