Small steps in our stories reveal God

Saturday, April 29, 2017

In the family of God, we never stop growing. The Board of Faith and Life invites MB churches to delve deeper into discipleship together at EQUIP Study Conference 2017….

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Good morning, Glencairn!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Last year, Glencairn MB Church in Kitchener, Ont., “woke up.” After 25 years, the church had plateaued at 180 attenders, but a change in staff and direction in…

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The sun of love

Friday, August 1, 2014

Solar array lights charitable projects Implementing a solar project is one way that Glencairn Church, Kitchener, Ont., seeks to live out Jesus’ command to love your neighbour. June…

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Of risk and rain

Friday, November 1, 2013

Like a Mennonite Brethren Indiana Jones, MB Mission general director Randy Friesen travels the world inspiring the body of Christ to surrender to God and take risks for…

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“Don’t hit the snooze!”

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

“Is Jesus first in your life?” MB Mission general director Randy Friesen asked the 250 people gathered for AWAKE, a pilot team-based event held at Waterloo Mennonite Brethren Church (WMB) in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont., Sept. 20–22. Organized by MB Mission in partnership with the Canadian Conference of MB Churches’ church planting arm, C2C Network, AWAKE was designed to renew individuals and local churches in their love for God, love for their cities, and passion for global outreach.

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The constructive power of words

Thursday, August 1, 2013

As the pile of loot in a book giveaway dwindled to the dregs, a writers’ conference I was attending offered a self-help book for Christians who have a…

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Church anniversaries

Friday, March 1, 2013

Begun Jan. 1, 1988, Glencairn MB Church, Kitchener, Ont., celebrated their 25th anniversary with a special morning service and lasagna lunch Jan. 27, 2013. New Year’s Eve of…

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Riding the green wave

Saturday, October 1, 2011

My Mennonite mother-in-law can scrape the last molecule out of a jar with a spatula. To avoid wasting food, leftovers are passed around her table until someone relents and eats the last tomato. Simple living – including conserving resources, cooking from scratch, making clothing, recycling, and repairing used items – is a valuable part of the Mennonite tradition.

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