In March 2010, the MB Herald printed an article titled “Is there a Christian view of Darwin?” The title and content caused concern to several individuals and churches in our…
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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…
From July 11–14, we will gather in Winnipeg under the banner of “One Lord – One Church – One Mission.” Together we will reaffirm the supremacy of Christ in our lives, churches, and mission. We will also celebrate how God has led us in the past, and be inspired to step into the future God is calling us to through the leading of the Holy Spirit. We will worship together, pray together, repent together, and discuss God’s calling on us a denomination.
The CCMBC executive board National Office Review task force called together provincial moderators plus two or three representatives from boards or staff, Apr. 19. The purpose of the summit was to look at the review findings, and collaborate toward a unified vision. Participants at the Calgary meeting sensed the weight of this event was historic – “for such a time as this” (Esther 4:14).
“This is a sacred moment in the history of this denomination – and in our country.” This came from Calgary consultant Terry Mochar, who spent the last eight months studying the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (CCMBC). He gave a preview of his findings to B.C. MB leaders at their annual convention at Broadway Church, Chilliwack, May 4–5.