A call to co-labour with the church in Germany MBH interviewed Alex Suderman, who with his wife Carla and four children, is beginning a FOCUS apprenticeship church planting in Germany…
Stories from MB Mission workers abroad
Jenny Spenst is fascinated by her parents’ stories of life in the Soviet Union.
Abbotsford’s Bakerview MB Church does more than support missions: members get involved personally. This past May, Berlin’s Evangelische Freikirche dedicated a new facility in an historic borough, a facility Bakerview members played a major role in bringing about.
On May 24, during 150th anniversary celebrations in Detmold, Mennonite Brethren church officials read a statement asking for forgiveness for spiritual arrogance, pride and lack of love, for excluding brothers and sisters from their community, and for a contemptuous attitude toward other Mennonite churches. They cited a desire to be open to communication and opportunities for co-operation.
How did the Mennonite Brethren (MB) church emerge in 1860 and where does it stand today are some of the questions raised at the International Community of Mennonite Brethren (ICOMB) symposium held May 13–14 at the Mennoniten-Brüdergemeinde (MBG) church in Oerlinghausen, Germany.