ETEM-IBVIE was busy this summer preparing for a school year with three times the number of students as three years ago, and celebrating a city decision that allows greater flexibility in the use of the large multi-suite building on Mount Royal.
In spite of the overcast skies, the mood was celebratory in Montreal as ETEM-IBVIE held its first graduation ceremony in four years on Nov. 4. During a period of what has proven to be successful rebuilding and restructuring, 17 students completed a variety of degrees and certificates…
In the opening meditation of the Quebec conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (AEFMQ) convention, Apr. 13, host pastor David Manafo (Westside Gathering) said Christ-followers have the identity of children of love and children of light (Ephesians 5:1–2, 8).
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Author: Karla Braun
Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary (MBBS) Canada is “ours” – a new school for a new age; “no longer a place, but a presence,” says president Bruce Guenther. The seminary serves the conference by educating and equipping leaders…
The president of the Mennonite Brethren training institute in Quebec brought encouraging news to B.C. and Manitoba this spring: God is working to revive what some had believed was a dying theology school. And the resuscitation is coming at a dizzying pace.
The day began with 10 churches, it concluded with 12. The “heart of MB Quebec,” Église Chrétienne de Ste-Thérèse (the second congregation established in the province), was a fitting place to welcome two new churches to the Quebec MB conference (AEFMQ) at the annual convention Apr. 14.
The Quebec MB conference is going through a difficult time with the loss of Éric Wingender, visionary leader of École de Théologie Évangélique de Montréal (ETEM). In addition to his contributions as a theologian, leader, family man, and friend, Éric was also the face of ETEM to the rest of Canada.