Gifted teachers do not simply educate; they inspire their students to apply their lessons, says Ken Esau. The long-time Bible professor at Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., was one of…
Mennonite Central Committee in Canada: A History By: Esther Epp-Tiessen
George and Sherri Klassen went to Bangladesh as Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) volunteers in 1977.
Working with local farmers, George, an engineer, invented the rower pump using mostly locally available material.
“MCC is an arm of the church; it is not a parachurch organization,” said binational chair Herman Bontrager at Mennonite Central Committee’s binational annual general meeting, June 10–11. The executive directors met with MCC delegates, board members, and staff from Canada and the U.S. in Abbotsford, B.C.
Domestic violence knows no boundary between the “secular” world and the “spiritual” world. “Emerging from the shadows” was the theme of Peace and Safety in the Christian Home’s (PASCH) annual conference.
The sound of gospel songs filled King Road MB Church, Abbotsford, B.C., June 14, for an evening of singing and learning about the songs popular in our churches in the last century. The event was sponsored by the Mennonite Historical Society of B.C.
When Mennonites thought they had a responsibility to protect The ultimate test of nonresistance for Mennonites in Russia occurred during the Bolshevik Revolution. Nonresistance seemed ludicrous to many in…