Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology is published semi-annually by Canadian Mennonite University and Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary. Vision seeks to encourage theological reflection by church leaders on the identity, mission, and practices of the church from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective.
For over thirty years, Direction has been addressing biblical, theological, historical, ethical, and church-related issues. A semiannual publication, Direction is supported by Mennonite Brethren higher education institutions in the United States and Canada.
All of Direction's back issues since its founding in 1972 are now available on the journal's website and may be searched, studied, downloaded, and printed. The journal is supported by the U.S. and Canadian M.B. conferences and by six M.B. educational institutions. It was founded as a medium for research and conversation on issues of importance to the church.
In continuous publication since 1969, Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies is Canada’s oldest and primary scholarly journal in its area. It is published twice a year and is distributed internationally. Peace Research publishes broadly on issues of conflict, violence, poverty, just peace, and human well-being. Peace and conflict studies holds peace as a value, and peaceful methods as the most desirable form of conflict transformation.
As of September 2007, all editorial and production responsibilities have been transferred to Menno Simons College.