Laura Kalmar resigned from her 10-year ministry with the Canadian Conference of MB Churches, effective Aug. 21, 2015. In late August, Laura began work as associate director of communications and…
Canadian Foodgrains Bank welcomes the adoption of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 193 countries, including Canada, during a session of the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 25, 2015.
An Olympian-turned-lawyer, an English language educator, a businessman with a passion for international development and a couple who have ministered for more than 45 years in Winnipeg’s North End are the recipients of Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) 2015 Blazer Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) B.C. annual relief sale at the Abbotsford Tradex Sept. 18–19, 2015, raised more than $685,000 to support uprooted and vulnerable people in countries like Syria, Iraq and Ukraine. Funds come from the combined totals of sale items, food concessions, auction, donations and cyclathon.
*See January 7, 2016 update below* The Government of Canada has announced it will match all donations for the Syrian crisis response dollar-for-dollar through its new Syria Emergency Relief Fund.…
Spirituality with Clothes On
Author: Gareth Brandt
We all approach life from a particular point of view, shaped by our upbringing, social standing, personality, etc. In Spirituality with Clothes On: Examining What Makes Us Who We Are, Gareth Brandt considers how this apply to our spirituality.
The 2015 Global Youth Summit (GYS) radically shaped my Anabaptist Mennonite faith. Not because I necessarily learned specific theological understandings, nor even saw God in a new way; no, my faith was transformed because my perspective of the church shifted.