B.C. Conference of MB Churches convention Apr. 26–27, 2019 Willow Park Church, Kelowna, B.C. “People are looking for reality in the middle of hardship: that’s the open door,” said BCMB…
Reports to the 2015 BCMB convention reflected the “innovate” theme of the meeting, milestones and many activities.
“Do not be afraid; keep on speaking, do not be silent.” That word from the Lord to Paul in Corinth (Acts 18:9), quoted by Rob Thiessen, set the tone for BCMB’s 2013 convention, held at Coquitlam’s Eagle Ridge Bible Fellowship, May 3–4.
When we think about camps, most of us think of cabins, canoes, cookouts, and campfires – maybe even ziplines, climbing walls, and geocaching. Christian camps are fun, but they’re ultimately…
B.C. Mennonite Brethren gathered to “read each other’s mail” from heaven – celebrating God’s transforming work in B.C. church plants, camps, Columbia Bible College, and conference programs, at Willow Park Church, Kelowna, Apr. 29–30.
Two churches – who meet at a unique, shared site – hosted this year’s annual convention of the B.C. Conference of MB (BCMB) Churches. Richmond Bethel and Richmond Chinese MB’s co-host pastors told delegates that each church has its normal congregational life in the same building, but they do some things jointly or cooperatively. Pastors Peter Mau and Scott Tolhurst said those joint things must be intentional – they don’t “just happen.”