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November Issue 2014

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It’s not about adoption; it’s about the gospel

Church is here for moms

9 ways your church can support a pregnancy care centre

A diamond of great value

Adoption in Scripture

Transformed lives: A former Communist lives for God


Editorial: The power of “like”

Executive director: “The church exists by mission”

Text Message: Celebrating Christ the King

Intersection of faith and life: Judgmental attitude adjustment: How to use superpowers with love



Hands across the globe: Paraguay

MB Herald flash drive

Remembrance Day

Coming events


News in story

Church and school lean in : Bethany discernment summit

Ukrainian musicians in crisis

Ground broken for B.C. Mennonite museum

Christians and Muslims gather for dialogue, food and fellowship

Westwood congregation a-twitter with interactive sermons

B.C. churches put spotlight on Indian orphans

Anabaptist martyr fires artist’s imagination

ICOMB awards scholarship

Relief through roll kuchen

ETEM-IBVIE update: students, studies and suites

“Finish lines” [Obituaries]

Justina (Jessie) Harder, Aganatha (Agnes) Penner, Reuben Joseph Butlin, Hilda Wiebe, Helen (Lena) Wiebe, Annie Quiring, Mary Penner, Agatha (Dyck) Buller, Ruth Marie Janz, Susie Wiens, Jacob Dahl, Anneliese Jeske, Lydia Peters Schroeder


Church anniversary


The Steve Bell journey

Prayer calendar

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Wayne Hildebrand November 8, 2014 - 09:07

I appreciate receiving the Herald each month. I do have one main concern. It seems that any reference to Remberance Day is avoided. You did have a brief article about Conscientious Objectors-which is in order. You state elsewhere in this website that you want to hear the stories of the M.B. constituency.There are a large number of peace officers and some military people in our pews. This issue would have been a good place to start. At a minimum the November issue should pay respect at this time. Where is there even a photo of the poppy? I will wear mine with respect because of thankfulness and a hope for peace.


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