Rehearsing Scripture: Discovering God’s Word in Community Anna Carter Florence Eerdmans Review by Ben Kramer What is the subject? What’s the difference between a desert and the way a long-time…
More than 20 networks and emerging conferences around the world are seeking to join the ICOMB family. Many of the pastors and leaders of these churches barely have a grade…
Regional Anabaptists and leaders from around the world gathered 12 February 2017 for “Transformed by the Word: Reading Scripture in Anabaptist Perspectives,”
The Believers Church Bible Commentary (BCBC) series “brings the Anabaptist voice into the community of interpretation in a way nothing else can do,” says Gordon Matties, who serves as editorial council chair and MB representative.
I stopped for a morning coffee and saw an elderly gentleman sitting alone, his Bible open to Jeremiah beside a steaming cup. All around, his peers were boisterous about a hockey…
This February, in her downtown seniors’ block, 93-year-old Anne Kroeker started a life-changing Bible study with her “younger” neighbours (in their 80s), half of whom haven’t attended church since childhood.
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On the streets of Corinth: Bible study puts readers in first-century sandals
Creating a Scene in Corinth
Authors: Reta Halteman Finger and George D. McClain
Creating a Scene in Corinth is an exercise in biblical ‘improv’ – a dramatic re-creation of the congregation’s response to Paul’s letter to Corinth. It’s designed for discussion and debate within a small group or class setting.
Taste and See: An Invitation to Read the Bible
Author: Annabel Robinson
“Try it, you’ll like it!” In a consumer age, a version of this old advertising line calls spiritual seekers to read the Bible. Taste and See invites readers to engage with the Bible and be introduced to God, “whom the Bible is all about.”
Few leaders have served the Mennonite Brethren church with greater commitment, sacrificial diligence and longevity than David Ewert. For 70 years, his considerable intellectual, public speaking, and leadership gifts have been used to serve the church.