In their latest book, Healing Haunted Histories: A Settler Discipleship of Decolonization, Elaine Enns and Ched Myers take on the “ghosts” of settler colonialism, Indigenous displacement, and white supremacy that can be found in many of our family histories — if only we have the courage to look for them.
Available NOW - this 400-page book is equal parts:
- memoir (mostly focusing on Enns’ Mennonite family and community, who endured the Russian Civil War, fled the Soviet aftermath and settled on Indigenous land in Saskatchewan in the 1920s);
- social analysis;
- theological reflection; and
- workbook for those ready to “do their own work.”
At chedmyers.org you will find most of BCM's FREE resources (many of which were formerly for sale) including Ched's Blog, published Articles by Elaine Enns and/or Ched Myers, Audio recordings and a selection of recorded Webinars.
We strive to build capacity for discipleship at the intersection of Seminary and Sanctuary, Streets and Soil, Soma and Psyche (body and soul). Our work focuses on five interrelated program areas:
A wide variety of publications and media resources are now available for free download at our sister site: ChedMyers.org including:
In 2018 BCM celebrates 20 years! The video is a slideshow (15 seconds per slide) of highlights from 20 years of Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries.