Mennonite Brethren leaders from across Canada met in Kitchener, Ont., Oct. 27–29, 2011, for a biennial study, rooted in the Anabaptist tradition of seeking Bible-based clarity and meaning for contemporary…
Mennonite in Blue Jeans: a Lenten JourneyAuthor: Rhona LangleyRhoda Janzen (Mennonite in a Little Black Dress) and Rhonda Langley (Mennonite in Blue Jeans: a Lenten Journey) have proven with their two books that no two Mennonites are alike. In fact, Rhoda and Rhonda share some similarities, as Rhonda points out at the beginning of her book.
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The Beginning and the End: Rereading Genesis’s Stories and Revelation’s VisionsAuthor: Michael W. PahlAfter years of drought on good and accessible biblical theology for the informed layperson, Michael W. Pahl offers a refreshing new publication entitled, The Beginning and the End: Rereading Genesis’ Stories and Revelation’s Visions. This well-written, well-organized book is a short study (106 pages) in how to (re)-read the opening chapters of Genesis and the concluding chapters of Revelation with new and fresh insight.
The Quebec MB conference is going through a difficult time with the loss of Éric Wingender, visionary leader of École de Théologie Évangélique de Montréal (ETEM). In addition to his contributions as a theologian, leader, family man, and friend, Éric was also the face of ETEM to the rest of Canada.