“I want to live the Christian life. I just don’t know how.” These words of a new convert to Christ rightly assume that Christianity is a system of doctrine that translates into a way of living. Paul wrote, “Watch your life and doctrine closely.” (1 Timothy 4:16) The Scriptures hold faith and faithfulness as inseparable. Early Christians were called “Followers of the Way” (Acts 24:14), a phrase denoting a way of life. How should we live? After much deliberation and revision, the answer to this question emerged in the Conservative Mennonite Statement of Practice. Replete with Scriptural references, the statement reflects the simple biblicism of early Anabaptism.  CMC Statement of Practice to read more...