• Salome-Hiebert

    Put your shoes on and go

    Monday, September 22, 2014

    The first paid female pastor in a Canadian MB church never asked for the title. “I didn’t push for it,” says Salome Hiebert, but “if God opens a door for me, I should be willing to walk through. That’s where his promises become so evident to me.”

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    7 ways to pray

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    while you run (or walk) I’m training for my first half marathon. I love being out on Vancouver’s seawall and am grateful to be living in a part…

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    Remain in Me

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    What the Hemorrhaging Faith research project means for the Canadian Mennonite Brethren church “What you have to realize about my generation is that we are lost,” 22-year-old Jessi…

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  • Art installation, Olga Lah (“compline,” 2011)

    Pull up a chair

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    Does my MB church follow a high church liturgy or worship to electric guitar? Do we reach the community through relief kits or revival meetings? What about sharing circles or children leading worship? How do we view the work of the Holy Spirit?

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Sep
24

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Historical Commission funds 3 initiatives

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The Historical Commission of the U.S. and Canadian Mennonite Brethren Churches announces three funded initiatives for 2014–2015. The first is a PROJECT GRANT of up to $2,000 in…

Sep
23

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Relief through roll kuchen

Volunteers handcraft quilts whose sale brings in funds for MCC relief and development work.

The 2014 MCC relief sale in B.C.’s southwest region netted $600,000 to fund projects for people in four countries overseas. The sale, held Sept. 12–13, 2014, in Abbotsford’s Tradex

Put your shoes on and go

Salome-Hiebert

The first paid female pastor in a Canadian MB church never asked for the title. “I didn’t push for it,” says Salome Hiebert, but “if God opens a door for me, I should be willing to walk through. That’s where his promises become so evident to me.”

Sep
20

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Foodgrains Bank Responding to Crisis in Gaza Strip

Canadian Foodgrains Bank is responding to the needs of people in the Gaza Strip through its member Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). “Many people in Gaza are going through…

Sep
19

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Anabaptist martyr fires artist’s imagination

"Fire & Ice" by Faye Hall

Persecution. Not a popular word; however, it’s a reality in countries like Iraq and Sudan. Raised up in the Mennonite Brethren church tradition, artist Faye Hall knows the denomination is no stranger to persecution.

Sep
18

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The Steve Bell Journey: tribute to a modern-day troubadour

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Why isn’t Steve Bell famous yet? That question opens Burning Ember, Refuge 31’s documentary of the Canadian singer songwriter.

Critical food situation in South Sudan

Food purchased by MCC through partner Sudanese Relief and Development Agency, unloaded in Awerial, South Sudan. MCC provided supplementary food for 7,539 children displaced by the conflict. 
MCC photo by Brendan Tuttle

50,000 South Sudanese children could die this year if assistance doesn’t come soon. That was the blunt message hammered home by the United Nations during a recent appeal for increased funding to help people affected by South Sudan’s ongoing violence.

Life & Faith

Salome-Hiebert

Put your shoes on and go

Monday, September 22, 2014

The first paid female pastor in a Canadian MB church never asked for the title. “I didn’t push for it,” says Salome Hiebert, but “if God opens a door for me, I should be willing to walk through. That’s where his promises become so evident to me.”

7ways-Header

7 ways to pray

Monday, September 1, 2014

while you run (or walk) I’m training for my first half marathon. I love being out on Vancouver’s seawall and am grateful to be living in a part…

Remain-Header

Remain in Me

Monday, September 1, 2014

What the Hemorrhaging Faith research project means for the Canadian Mennonite Brethren church “What you have to realize about my generation is that we are lost,” 22-year-old Jessi…

Art installation, Olga Lah (“compline,” 2011)

Pull up a chair

Monday, September 1, 2014

Does my MB church follow a high church liturgy or worship to electric guitar? Do we reach the community through relief kits or revival meetings? What about sharing circles or children leading worship? How do we view the work of the Holy Spirit?

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