Tabor College full-time undergraduate students are invited to submit entries to the Dr. Wilmer A. Harms Anabaptism contest by April 1.
The contest will highlight student work that encourages the ideas and values of the Mennonite Brethren tradition.
Topics of entries can include issues of culture and society, biblical and theological concerns, ethics, history, and others.
Authors of the top three submissions will be invited to present their work at a spring event open to the public. Cash prizes ranging from $100 to $300 will be awarded following the judges’ review of student presentations.
Entries should be submitted to Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies director Peggy Goertzen, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about the contest is available at www.tabor.edu/harms-anapbaptism-contest.