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    Voyage into the Unknown

    Friday, January 1, 2016

    “That’s impossible! It must be photoshopped,” I said as I looked at an amazing picture in Sagres, Portugal.

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    The Christian chaplain

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    Martin was conscripted to the Roman army at age 15. Stationed in Gaul (modern-day France), he patrolled the streets, encouraging decorum and maintaining order as he interacted with those he met.

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    Glass half full?

    Friday, January 1, 2016

    In 1996, Christian A. Schwarz (Natural Church Development) identified eight quality control characteristics of growing churches (e.g., empowering leadership, gift-oriented ministry, passionate spirituality).

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MCC provides blankets and warm clothing in Nepal

Ashmita Chepang (7), and Ashmika Chepang (4) wearing the jackets they received through MCC partner Sansthagat Bikas Sanjal (Sanjal), in December 2015. The jackets were part of a distribution of winter supplies to about 30 households in the village of Bhasbhase, Nepal, where many homes were destroyed in the April 25th earthquake. Sanjal is an MCC partner in Nepal that operates through a network of local community based organizations. MCC has worked alongside Sanjal in the districts of Surkhet, Dhading, Okhaldunga and Banke districts on a variety of projects, such as HIV/AIDS prevention, food security, rural education, peacebuilding and disaster response.

Families hit by earthquake still in temporary shelter BHASBHASE, Nepal On April 25, 2015, when an earthquake rocked his village in Nepal, Sudarshan Chepang and his family huddled…

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Love that hurts, love that heals

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Title: Common Grace
Playwright: Shauna Johannesen
Director: Ron Reed
A Pacific Theatre production
When a family is reunited to mourn the loss of their husband and father, they are forced to confront the conflicts that have kept them apart. The tensions of dealing with grief and scandal in a close-knit family and Christian community erupt in the most common of places: the family kitchen.

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North Langley Community Church pledges expansion

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North Langley Community Church members have voted “yes” on a multi-million dollar expansion plan with emphasis on ministry, renovation and refreshment rather than campus expansion.

Dressed up to stop trafficking

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“I have to do that next year!” Brianna Janz thought when she saw a Facebook friend wearing a dress every day in December to raise awareness and funds for International Justice Mission’s (IJM) work on behalf of human trafficking victims.

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Voyage into the Unknown

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“That’s impossible! It must be photoshopped,” I said as I looked at an amazing picture in Sagres, Portugal.

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The Christian chaplain

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Martin was conscripted to the Roman army at age 15. Stationed in Gaul (modern-day France), he patrolled the streets, encouraging decorum and maintaining order as he interacted with those he met.

Life & Faith

Jan-Header

January/February 2016 issue

Friday, January 1, 2016

Contents of the January/February 2016 MB Herald

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Voyage into the Unknown

Friday, January 1, 2016

“That’s impossible! It must be photoshopped,” I said as I looked at an amazing picture in Sagres, Portugal.

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The Christian chaplain

Friday, January 1, 2016

Martin was conscripted to the Roman army at age 15. Stationed in Gaul (modern-day France), he patrolled the streets, encouraging decorum and maintaining order as he interacted with those he met.

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I shall not want

Friday, January 1, 2016

Last year, my family moved to a city of 20 million people. It has been exhilarating, wonderful and completely overwhelming. Many days I wonder: How am I going…

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