• Journeying to the next stage

    Saturday, July 1, 2017

    What I’ve learned about end-of-life care I lay on the pullout chair on one side of his bed; my sister on another. We wanted to be there, but…

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  • Between two worlds

    Saturday, July 1, 2017

    I first met Phil on a sunny Tuesday afternoon in his private room up on the palliative care unit. He was a retired engineer in his late 70s….

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  • What’s new in aging: six 21st-century themes

    Thursday, June 29, 2017

    The BBC used to produce a weekly situation comedy called Waiting for God. It wasn’t about faith or theology; it was about retirement home residents awaiting the end…

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  • Good advice for the third ⅓

    Thursday, June 29, 2017

    An annotated bibliography Renowned Mennonite Brethren author Katie Funk Wiebe wrote six chapters and acted as editor of a notable compendium, Life after Fifty: A Positive Look at…

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Second Forgetting: Remembering the Power of the Gospel during Alzheimer’s Disease

Second Forgetting: Remembering the Power of the Gospel during Alzheimer’s Disease Benjamin Mast Zondervan     What is the subject? Second Forgetting is about the hope of the…

Angolan Mennonites welcome refugees

“The situation is very serious,” says Francisca Ibanda, Mennonite World Conference regional representative for Central/West Africa. The UN expects more than 50,000 people from DR Congo to become…

Jul
17

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Sunday: more than meets the eye

Title: A Brief History of Sunday: From the New Testament to the New Creation
Author: Justo L. Gonzalez

Ontario church to pilot MCC-inspired Peace Clubs

MCC is working with a multi-site Ontario church to build a curriculum for educating community members on themes around conflict, violence and reconciliation. The Meeting House church is…

Columbia to launch Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship

Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., is pleased to announce the launch of its newest academic program: the Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship.

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Heartwarming children’s book addresses ableism

Title: Tomorrow When I’m Big
Authors: Dorothy Peters and Livia Wolfs

Tomorrow When I’m Big, exquisitely illustrated by Lynda Rogac, is a children’s book produced with the commendable goal of helping to raise funds to support Impact Ministries in their mission to support people with developmental disabilities in Guatemala.

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July/August 2017

FEATURES A covering of love [Sharon Simpson Between two worlds: A hospital chaplain reflects on medical assistance in dying [Lawrence T. Cheung Journeying to the next stage: What…

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Journeying to the next stage

What I’ve learned about end-of-life care I lay on the pullout chair on one side of his bed; my sister on another. We wanted to be there, but…

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Journeying to the next stage

Saturday, July 1, 2017

What I’ve learned about end-of-life care I lay on the pullout chair on one side of his bed; my sister on another. We wanted to be there, but…

Between two worlds

Saturday, July 1, 2017

I first met Phil on a sunny Tuesday afternoon in his private room up on the palliative care unit. He was a retired engineer in his late 70s….

Memory from MAID – July/August 2017

Saturday, July 1, 2017

space  space “If youth has something to do with the success with which a home for the elderly can be run, Donwood Manor should [prove to] be a…

Plant small?

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Is church planting only for large churches? North America is mesmerized by a mindset of bigger and better, influencing congregations to think only large churches can reproduce. In…

What’s new in aging: six 21st-century themes

Thursday, June 29, 2017

The BBC used to produce a weekly situation comedy called Waiting for God. It wasn’t about faith or theology; it was about retirement home residents awaiting the end…

Good advice for the third ⅓

Thursday, June 29, 2017

An annotated bibliography Renowned Mennonite Brethren author Katie Funk Wiebe wrote six chapters and acted as editor of a notable compendium, Life after Fifty: A Positive Look at…

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