These pages contain the doctoral research of the late Rev. Dr. Mirjam Rahel Scarborough, into Mennonite Women Missionaries in Central Africa 1950-2000. It focuses on the reasons for dropout from the mission, and how careers were remodeled. It has been said that the theological section reveals Mirjam as one of the foremost woman Mennonite theologians.
PART ONE: MENNONITE DISTINCTIVES
1 Neither Protestant nor Catholic
2 The Call to Discipleship
3 The Call to be In But Not Of the World
4 The Call of Women to Follow
PART TWO: CASE STUDY
5 Responding to the Call to Discipleship
6 The Call to Live as a Mennonite Should
7 The Call as Support Factor?
PART THREE: CONCLUSION
8 The Call, the Self, and the Caller
10 More on Methodology