Ephesians 2:8–10 Recently, a story circulated on Facebook about pastor Steepek who allegedly went to his new church dressed as a homeless man. It told how everyone was unwelcoming and ignored…
The former executive director of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Manitoba say adults from an Old Order Mennonite group whose children were seized when assault charges were laid against 13 adults in the community love their children and are open to learning new methods of discipline.
A Guide to Governing Charities
Author: Ted Hull
“Charities are not entirely unlike owning a dog.” With a little editorial help Hull’s thesis statement could have avoided the double negative, but he does bring his point home: “There are stark similarities between the breeding, birth, and ongoing health of a family dog and looking after a registered charity.”
Strangers Next Door: Immigration, Migration and Mission by: J.D. Payne
For too long, much of the North American church has held the misconception that mission is all about travelling to the remote regions of the world – and that’s the only way to reach every people group with the grace and truth of Jesus.
Parenting in the Pew: Guiding Your Children into the Joy of Worship
Author: Robbie Castleman
I love to have my children in church with me. The suggestion that’s unusual makes my heart sink. As a parent, I found Parenting in the Pew deeply encouraging as it urges parents to press on, shepherding our children, because the impact is eternal.
One in seven Canadians has a disability, and one in 50 children is diagnosed with autism alone: individuals and caregivers need support. Parents and leaders learned about fostering inclusion in the church and shared their personal stories of hits and misses at Hope Centre Ministries’ “IN” conference in Winnipeg, April 2013.
Finding God: A Treasury of Conversion Stories
John M. Mulder, editor
Ever since that day, the cross has been central in my thinking, and the Lord Jesus my Enabler for living near to it,” says ‘the Billy Graham of Africa’ Festo Kivengere