The grant to Living Word Temple was just one of 26 grants worth just over $137,000 given to churches and organizations across Canada by MDS Canada in 2022-23.
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Mennonite Central Committee, Canadian Mennonite University collaborate on $15M Climate Change Adaptation Project in Zimbabwe, funded by the Government of Canada
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is pleased to collaborate with Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada in a new project, Locally-Led Indigenous Nature-based Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation in Zimbabwe (LINCZ).
As you are likely aware, a lot of time is needed today to make sure that we are understanding words the same way. So I must spend a few moments explaining my definition of terms and how I’m understanding your question and the terms you are using. (If I have misunderstood your intention, please let me know.)
Jenah Park, the Director of NextGen at Highland MB Church in Calgary, is originally from South Korea. Her family immigrated to Canada and moved to Calgary in 2002 when she was 12 years old. Her mother was a Christian and her father an atheist.
I remember as a child having my father use his very limited vacation days to be a delegate to one of the summer conventions held somewhere in our big country. It seemed like nothing could stop this rich tradition of regular in-person gatherings as a larger MB family.
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For the month of September, we invite the Holy Spirit to fill us with the fruit of gentleness; that eighth quality of the fruit of the Spirit found in Galatians 5.
The word “exorcism” (or “deliverance”) is commonly defined as something like this: A ritualized process where a skilled and gifted individual (technically an ‘exorcist’) forcibly commands one or more demonic forces who have taken up ‘residence’ within a person to leave that person.