As a child, I eagerly anticipated the story hour after dinner when my father would sit down in his La-Z-Boy chair, with my sister and me nestled around him, and…
In 1989, the Canadian government purchased Barnett Newman’s painting “Voice of Fire” to add to the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Canada for a staggering $1.8 million.
Summer reader crossword tests your knowledge of MB history
She’s been walking this corridor of brown and ash-coloured sand for almost an hour, her walk an easy stride, her body warm with the motion, her head warm too under…
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From “second conversion” to the helm of Mennonite World Conference
General Secretary-Elect César García reflects on his journey and vision César García, an MB pastor and conference leader from Bogotá, Colombia, was recently appointed general secretary-elect of Mennonite World Conference.…
These poems were inspired by Sarah Klassen’s time in the Middle East with Canadian Mennonite University’s Ancient Stones, Living Stones study tour, led by professor Gordon Matties in May 2010.
Why is it, all summer all you hear in Alberta mountain parks is bear stories? I mean “stories” as in “jokes:” so-called. Like the old klunker an otherwise pretty guide…
“This refers to the time it took to find Candace and therefore the amount of time her body lay frozen in the shed… There is more to this sculpture than…
Let the Children Come: Preparing Faith Communities to End Child Abuse and Neglect, Author: Jeanette Harder
Teaching that Transforms: Why Anabaptist-Mennonite Education Matters, Author: John D. Roth
After We’re Gone: A Christian Perspective on Estate and Life Planning for Families that Include a Dependent Member with a Disability, Author: Duane Ruth-Heffelbower
The plot thickens when we meet the cunning Swiper the Fox, who invariably pops out from a hiding spot to steal an essential piece of equipment, or snatch one of Dora’s animated-object friends.
With a warm welcome, joyous reunions, godly conversations, and exhortations to continue working to advance the church, the Quebec MB conference (AEFMQ) marked 50 years June 10–12.
I always look forward to the summer issue of the Herald, so it’s with great joy I return to the editor’s desk for this August edition, after a one-year maternity leave. Being a new mom has given me greater appreciation for all kinds of stories, words, images… craft paper, and crayons.
I had a nice house: the wide front porch my wife always hoped for, a great backyard the kids could frolic in, a garden, a master suite with fireplace and claw-foot tub. It was all so, well, nice. Then God called.
Woldemar Neufeld’s Canada: A Mennonite Artist in the Canadian Landscape 1925–1995Editors: Hildi Froese Tiessen & Paul Gerard Tiessen, Laurence Neufeld & Monika McKillen
The involvement of several partners has pulled École de Théologie Évangélique de Montréal from the brink of closure. ETEM is in process of merging with partner school IBVIE (Institut Biblique V.I.E., a Christian and Missionary Alliance Bible college) and is drafting an agreement with Université Laval for accreditation. They will also receive funds from the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (CCMBC).