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November/December 2016

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Rich in good deeds

Drive thru generosity

Freely, we have received…

Tribute: Elmer Martens

How do you practise everyday generosity?



Editorial: A generosity of spirit

Viewpoint: Be my guest

Wiebe’s Witness: Proxy war and broken peace: Angola as a case study


Conference News

Executive leadership: Giving and the father heart of God

C2C Network/MB Mission task force begins

Moderator resigns

Church transformation survey 2016




Prayer permeated

Memory from MAID: A refugee Christmas

Five Historical Commission grants for 2016–2017

Katie Funk Wiebe research grant, 2016

Coming events


News in story

Apprentice pastor: a social worker in the church

Well done, good and faithful servants (*online only)

Devastation in Haiti: ‘Yesterday, we lost everything’ (*online only)

Sharing God’s love through graphic design (*online only)

Sharing God’s love through building relationships (*online only)

Life together at CMU (*online only)

Global Mennonite Peacebuilding Conference considers Peace Network (*online only)

CMU recognizes distinguished alumni with 2016 awards (*online only)

Saying goodbye to war and hello to peace in Colombia (*online only)

Haitian farmers to benefit from climate change fund (*online only)

Honouring Alan Kurdi (*online only)



Church plant celebrates 50 years


Face-to-face peacebuilding

Thorny topic’s timely treatment theologically thin: Wrongs to Rights (*online only)

How to wear gospel glasses: The Gospel Next Door (*online only)

“Finish lines” [Obituaries]

Helen (Braun) Goossen, Henry H. Dueck, Henry Wall, Roland Rempel, Arthur (Art) Klassen, Lydia Froese, Peter Hamm, Dwight David Nickel, Helen Mary Marceniuk, Elizabeth Wall, Bruce MacDonald, Hilda Susanna Heidebrecht, Anne Friesen, Harry Peter Willms, John Unrau, Helen Frances Wolfe, Jake Petkau, John Gerhard Sawatzky, Irene Rennert, Henry Klassen, Elisabeth Schulz, Albert Walter Friesen

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