Because many of us have experienced disappointment, discouragement, and disillusionment, Ecclesiastes, or Qohelet as he is called in Hebrew, may be a perfect conversation partner.
The Board is continuing to walk out the Task Force recommendations in ways that honor God, and strengthens the foundation for the continued growth of church planting and mission partnership. We are grateful for how our partners and churches have continued to actively support the work of mission and that more people are coming to know Jesus. The organization is fruitful, stable and in a good financial position moving forward.
The church in the majority world is familiar with rough travel, but we in Canada are used to smoother roads, green lights and loaded vehicles. This is going to change.
Our pandemic ‘winter’ is ending, our post-pandemic spring is unfolding, and God is calling us out of darkness to the light. He is calling us to Himself. He is calling us to mission.”
Moments of quiet contemplation that lead to insights are welcomed and encouraged, but clear discernment and direction occur in community.
Lent is my opportunity to move from the superficial to the supernatural; from giving up token external gestures of sacrifice to an effort of offering myself as a living sacrifice (Romans 12:1).
Winnipeg, March 3, 2021 – Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) celebrated the launch of its newest initiative, the Centre for Career and Vocation, as work-integrated learning month kicked off across Canada…