2014 Year in Review

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News that resonated

Review-1Pastors and MB Mission workers John Wiens and Carlin Weinhauer die after brief battles with cancer.

Direction Journal publishes an issue featuring articles on New Calvinism and Mennonite Brethren.

Gathering 2014 meets in Westside Church Vancouver’s new building in the downtown core.

CCMBC’s finance department sees changes and announces the creation of Legacy Investments Inc.

C2C Network completes national leadership team with new hires, including an Atlantic Canada regional director.

Family announcementsMegaphone

In the pages of the Herald, we announced 

132 births,

52 weddings,

7 wedding anniversaries of 50 or 60 years,

2 church launches,

7 church anniversaries of 20, 50 or 75 years, and

145 obituaries.

The oldest person was Jacob Isaac Bergen who lived from Apr. 13, 1911–Aug. 20, 2013.

Hour-GlassTop web hits

Your favourite online stories (as of Dec. 1)

1. Willingdon pastor resigns – 8,946

John Neufeld leaves megachurch

2.Kyiv Symphony Orchestra & Chorus – 1,384 

Ukrainian musicians tour Canada

3. Mennonite t-shirts – 1,216

Youth pastor fundraises for MCC

4. Bethany College at a crossroads – 1,135 

Bible institute faces financial crisis

5. Church and school lean in – 866 

Bethany College and partners discern future

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