Tools and resources to advance your organization’s culture of belonging and justice.

“In Christ, we form one body and every member belongs to all the others,”Romans 12:5


Cultured Enuf 

FSA/Marsha Coleman 

Glen Guyton: Trainer, Speaker, Cultural Competency Navigator

Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS)

Roots of Justice Anti-Racism Training

Widerstand Consulting



KFF Racial Equity and Health Policy

National Council for Mental Wellbeing’s Health Equity and Racial Justice Webpage

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Making Health Equity a Priority


MHS Association seeks to inspire collaboration, integrate faith and work, and advance the mission of each member ministry. Anabaptist faith and values are the foundation for this work. The Anabaptist tradition’s core beliefs have been described by Palmer Becker as:

  1. Jesus is the center of our faith
  2. Community is the center of our lives
  3. Reconciliation is the center of our work

In our program development and interactions with membership, the greater community, and one another, MHS Association staff endeavor to live out these core beliefs by fostering a culture of belonging, hospitality, and shalom. We celebrate the image of God (Genesis 1:26) manifested in persons of every age, ethnicity, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, education, intellectual or emotional or physical ability, and economic or immigration status (Galatians 3:28). We strive to find common ground on which to build relationships with our membership and the greater community. We aim to treat others as we would like to be treated. We acknowledge that, even with the best intentions, we are learning and will sometimes fall short and invite accountability from our community. We affirm that all members are welcome to fully participate in the programs and community of MHS Association.