No matter how unnatural rejoicing feels in the midst of anxiety, remembering to put into practice what is best helps in the battle, even when emotions tell us otherwise.
While leaving our women’s discipleship home one of our Living Word Temple staff members, Ryan, was approached by a woman who was quite frantic and nervous. She began begging him…
Multiply’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the search for our next General Director has come to a happy conclusion with the appointment of Bruce Enns, effective May 16, 2022.
MennoMedia and Kindred Productions have reached an agreement for MennoMedia to assume full ownership of the quarterly devotional magazine Rejoice!.
For over a century, CCMBC and USMB have worked together to reach the world with the good news of Jesus. We once again recommit ourselves to partnering in mission for the sake of the Kingdom. We commit to working diligently to re-establish and maintain a healthy relationship of cooperation and collaboration not only with Multiply but in many other aspects of ministry.
My dear friends and family, God is good. God can be trusted. Last night, I watched the news. I saw people in distress, people dying, people grieving a significant loss. …
Maxym and Anya Oliferovski bought a small cabin a year ago as a place to retreat and garden. They never thought it would become their shelter in the midst of a war.
Because we worship the Prince of Peace and are called to be Peacemakers, we care deeply about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Because we are called to identify with Christian brothers and sisters in Ukraine, and to love our Ukrainian neighbours there, we are called to pray. And finally, because violence often escalates to draw in more nations and particularly impact the vulnerable and disadvantaged, we believe this is an urgent moment for Christians the world over to pray.
What I know depends upon who I know. But knowing another person (as you may have experienced with a friend or spouse) is never simple. Humans change. They grow. They’re inconsistent. And their knowing—however trustworthy they may be—is, like mine, subject to the limits of human sin, bias and finiteness. Leaving it all like a web: beautiful, delicate and tenuous.
“I ask that CCMBC consider participating in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2023 and beyond.” – Rick Block, Saskatoon, SK.
C’est pourquoi, dans un élan du cœur, joignons-nous tous ensemble pour remercier Robert et Rita de tout leur travail, au cours de ces nombreuses années, au sein de nos églises de Saint-Eustache, de Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, de Sainte-Thérèse et de notre association des frères mennonites du Québec.
Jean-Christophe shares this vision for ETEQ: “I dream of a school that will renew and energize our churches in Quebec and beyond and of teachers who will profoundly influence the spiritual life of students, encouraging them to make a positive contribution to Quebec society.”
Please pray for Arnold Community Church, Broadway Church, Central Community Church, Greendale MB Church, Main Street Church, Sardis Community Church, and Yarrow MB Church as they assist those who have been affected by the flood in BC. Let’s also remember to pray for the emergency response teams who have been working tirelessly to ensure the safety of those who have been affected by the flooding.
Effective October 1, 2021, Ken Esau will serve CCMBC in the interim role of National Faith and Life (NFLT) director. Ken commits to a six-month term while current NFLT director Ingrid Reichard is on a leave of absence.