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by Carl Hiebert

Author: Carl Hiebert
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Language: English
Publisher: Boston Mills Press; 2nd edition (February 1, 2003)
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.2
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We are all fascinated by lives led outside mainstream society. Photographer Carl Hiebert spent seven years documenting the Mennonite way of life for this beautiful and touching book. He found himself repeatedly drawn to the faces of the children he encountered. Two years into his project.

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Paul Gordon Hiebert (13 November 1932 – 11 March 2007) was an American missiologist. He was "arguably the world's leading missiological anthropologist. Hiebert has authored number of books, contributing majorly to the field of Missiology. Hiebert was born in India to missionary parents, and studied at Tabor College, Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, and the University of Minnesota.

Souderton Mennonite Children's Ministry, Souderton, Pennsylvania.

Carl Hiebert is truly an entrepreneur of life. When he landed at Expo '86 in Vancouver, he achieved what many people said was impossible, by transforming an agonizing obstacle into an inspirational achievement. Confined to a wheelchair since 1981, he astounded the world by flying his open cockpit ultra-light aircraft 5,000 miles across Canada. Carl is a dynamic and enthusiastic speaker who motivates by example.

We are all fascinated by lives led outside mainstream society. Photographer Carl Hiebert spent seven years documenting the Mennonite way of life for this beautiful and touching book. He found himself repeatedly drawn to the faces of the children he encountered. Two years into his project, his camera found a more specific focus.

"Had I perhaps touched the surface of my own childhood, a deep-rooted desire for a more innocent time?" asks Hiebert. "A childhood on a conservative Mennonite farm speaks of another time. There are no televisions, designer clothes, or Nintendo games. Summers are spent barefoot. Mennonite children are allowed to be children."

The photographs in this remarkable collection radiate a simplicity and joy that is increasingly difficult to find in our modern world. Brief essays by Mennonite children tell the stories of their own unique lives, in their own words, such as the following: "Baseball is a favorite Mennonite sport. Bats often come from Dad's shop, turned on an old lathe. They may be lopsided, too long, too heavy. Tattered balls fly through the air, some of them worn down to their core. Many players prefer the simplicity of bare-handed catches. But perhaps the most remarkable thing about this game is that no one keeps score. This is play for the sake of play. It has nothing to do with winning."