Family Life Network changes name to Square One World Media WINNIPEG Family Life Network Inc. (FLN) announced Apr. 3, 2014, that it would publicly begin operating under the new name…
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. Friendly chatter filled the gymnasium of Scott Street MB Church, St. Catharines, Ont., where more than 80 people gathered to celebrate Family Life Network’s (FLN) 65th birthday.…
On the first full day of Gathering, 6 bus groups toured some of Winnipeg’s neediest neighbourhoods, guided by local pastors Mary Anne Isaak, Marvin Dyck, Russ Toews, Fred Stoesz, Gerald…
Does God really care about me?” Family Life Network’s Beautiful Unique Girl (BUgirl) interns reach out to young girls in an attempt to help them find an answer to this question.
“My heart was crumbling to the ground, hearing what had happened to mothers and girls about what they now have to deal with in their lives,” says Helen Funk about the Old Colony Mennonite women in Bolivia. But the Family Life Network radio host also has good news from the region.
He helped launch Family Life Network (FLN) and played a key role in establishing one of the world’s largest food-aid providers.
The story of Mennonite men drugging and raping women on Old Colony Mennonite settlements in Bolivia hit the news summer 2009, from local Spanish papers to The Guardian Weekly in the UK. Meanwhile, English-language Mennonite media has given it scant reportage as Mennonites from conservative to evangelical struggle to respond appropriately – if at all.
Introducing Ramsy Unruh, Steve Reimer, Yohannes Engida, Terry Sawatsky, Paul Loewen, Vern Heidebrecht, Claude Pratte, Andrea Geiser
Farewell to Leah Hageman-Vermeulen, Victor Kliewer, Nelson Kraybill, Merv Boschman