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Jason Krueger appointed interim CCMBC National Director

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Dear CCMBC family,

The CCMBC Executive Board would like to inform you that plans are in place for the interim leadership as we seek a new National Director for our conference. Former National Director Elton DaSilva resigned in May, completing his time in the role this month. He assumes the role of Global Director of ICOMB (International Community of Mennonite Brethren) beginning January 1, 2024. We celebrated Elton’s five years of CCMBC leadership at our National Assembly on October 28 and blessed him in his new role.

We have asked Jason Krueger, our Legacy CEO, to step into the role of our Interim National Director, and he has graciously agreed to do so. Jason will perform both roles for the foreseeable future. As Interim National Director, Jason will be supported by National Faith and Life Director Ken Esau, Operations and Communications Director Carson Samson, Executive Assistant, Kara Friesen, the Winnipeg support staff, and the CCMBC Executive Committee. We are grateful to Jason for taking on this added responsibility. We are confident that he will guide CCMBC well in this time of transition.

We are also excited to say that we will soon announce a new Executive Board Moderator for CCMBC and are in the final stages of vetting a new National Director candidate. We will formally confirm both positions by December 1.

A few essential loose ends kept us from providing this update at our October 28 National Assembly. We apologize that this news comes at a later date.

Please continue to pray for our family of churches, our leaders and those guiding the search process. We are very encouraged and have a growing anticipation for our future together, partnering with Jesus in His mission for our country!

The CCMBC Executive Committee

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Rudy Hiebert November 25, 2023 - 12:39

Blessings with Isaiah 58:11: “The Lord will guide you continually”.


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