Hellbound? Kevin Miller had no idea hell would become a hot topic when he began to work on Hellbound? – a documentary exploring biblical perspectives on hell. This subject of…
God will use us in more ways than we can see or understand, as we allow his Holy Spirit to do his work, slowly carving and reshaping our lives and circumstances. We have an unmistakable part to play, yet the Lord will weave our life experiences together into his bigger kingdom purposes.
It is not uncommon for Christians to see God’s hand in their lives through hindsight: seemingly unlikely occurrences make sense only later. Marilyn Hiebert is someone who has marvelled at opportunities that seemed to come “out of the blue” – opportunities that formed a path for her Christian service.
Ed Heinrichs as executive director of Camp Crossroads, Mark Klausen began as marketing and communications coordinator at Columbia Bible College, Dave Lunn began as youth and young adults pastor at River East MB, Rebecca Hiebert began long-term ministry in church planting with MB Mission, Justin Majeau concluded his term as pastor at Lendrum MB, Ed Boschman announced the retirement as executive director.
A rainy Saturday put a damper on attendance at the annual workday May 25, but the next day, some 130 people from six supporting churches gathered at Redberry Bible Camp to worship, fellowship, and commission the new director, David Seeley.
Canada’s churches have been given a gift, and its authors have been travelling the country to help unwrap it. The gift is the first major contemporary study of Canadian young people who were “raised Christian,” or as MBs often say, “grew up in a Christian home.”