I am more convinced now than ever that in these troubled times, what we need most is the ability to discern truth and persuasively proclaim it. Does this sound like an impossible task? Absolutely!
Full disclosure, my friends – I have times when I do not experience contentment. I demonstrate moments of discontent. However, I do eventually land in a space I call contentment equilibrium. Like you, I am on a journey to a spiritual satisfaction in Christ. The following is what I have learned about contentment. It has enabled me to better walk this journey…
This is the first installment in a series on grief written by Shauna Caldwell (with G. Neil Parker). Shauna lost her sons in an accident on February 6, 2016. Her aim is to be authentic in the grief journey, sharing how her faith in Jesus is carrying her through. The Word of God has informed her heart as she has desperately sought God’s peace in the midst of the storm.
Ten congregations received funding through the first call for applications; second call for applications issued for fall.
COVID-19 has changed everything. It’s forced us to be more creative, adjust our ways of working, and learn new skills. To maintain its charitable status, CCMBC abides by specific operating procedures like holding an AGM no more than six months from the end of the fiscal year, which meant that in 2020 we had to find new ways of conducting business. If you are like us, just getting the hang of online meetings, You may not even know where to begin.
Fourteen people have occupied the editor’s chair at the MB Herald. Each person brought a unique perspective and a distinct voice to a particular time in the life of the magazine and the Canadian MB conference. Here, some reflect on the legacy of the magazine over its 58 years.