• Forging ahead on mission

    Wednesday, November 1, 2017

    Results of the third annual Transformation Survey It is God’s work to transform us, but ours to tend to the daily renewal of our hearts – and the…

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  • Who is missing?

    Monday, October 30, 2017

    In my first year of pastoring, after I spoke at an event, a young woman approached me. She asked me how I had become a pastor. Through our…

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  • An invitation to discipleship

    Saturday, October 21, 2017

    Invitation. That sums up the last year of our family’s life. We have felt God inviting us to step out in faith, trust and obedience. Our question is…

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  • The Polarity of Discipleship

    Friday, September 1, 2017

    For a magnet to function properly, it needs polarity between north and south poles. If one of the poles is removed, a magnet will not function as intended….

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Project Ploughshares’ coalition wins Nobel Peace Prize

MCC congratulates Project Ploughshares, a member of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), the 2017 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Project Ploughshares, of which MCC…

Nov
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Church anniversary – Waterloo MB Church

Over the week of Oct. 14–15, 2017, WMB (Waterloo [Ont.] MB Church) enjoyed a meaningful celebration of 50 years as a church, following God’s calling and hope. Sent…

The how

A letter on peace from César García, general secretary of Mennonite World Conference “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give…

Nov
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Church anniversary – St Ann’s

“Grounded in Faith, Growing to Serve – Then, Now, Forever.” The 50th anniversary theme for St. Ann’s (Ont.) Community Church celebration was echoed throughout the weekend of Sept….

Nov
9

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EQUIP study conference on transforming discipleship

EQUIP study conference attendees shared reflections on the sessions at EQUIP study conference Nov. 1–3, 2017, on the website. Converse with them here: The ups, downs and crux…

Nov
8

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What would it take?

Yellow Bellies Written by Johnny Wideman and Rebecca Steiner Directed by Dr. Andrew Houston and Rebecca Steiner Mennonites are a people of living out discipleship in the grind…

Nov
6

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Bread for the journey

Bread for the Journey: Meditations and recipes to nourish the soul Herald Press   Bloggers deliver daily bread The Mennonite Girls Can Cook recipe bloggers serve up spiritual…

Nov
3

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Special General Meeting 2017

“This generation sees church planting and mission as hand in hand; we’re making disciples in the nations,” said Mike Penninga of Kelowna Gospel Fellowship about the proposed merger…

Life & Faith

Forging ahead on mission

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Results of the third annual Transformation Survey It is God’s work to transform us, but ours to tend to the daily renewal of our hearts – and the…

Article 5: Salvation

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

What does Mennonite Brethren theology have in common with that of other Christian denominations? And what are the distinctive emphases of Mennonite Brethren theology? Our Confession of Faith…

Losing baby Jesus

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

First Advent had come and gone, and I’d only put up a few of the Christmas decorations. I had pulled all the boxes out of the crawl space,…

Faithfulness and fruitfulness

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

“I know your deeds. See, I have placed before you an open door that no one can shut. I know that you have little strength, yet you have…

Who is missing?

Monday, October 30, 2017

In my first year of pastoring, after I spoke at an event, a young woman approached me. She asked me how I had become a pastor. Through our…

An invitation to discipleship

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Invitation. That sums up the last year of our family’s life. We have felt God inviting us to step out in faith, trust and obedience. Our question is…

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