It was September 2013. We were visiting El Progreso, a church plant by the Mennonite Brethren conference of Colombia in partnership with MCC. It’s located in Cazucá…
The Biggest Family in the World
author: Paul H. Boge; illustrator: Faye Hall
Beautifully illustrated with original paintings by local artist and North Kildonan MB Church member Faye Hall, this children’s book tells the story of Kenyan Charles Mulli.
What difference can three weeks make? For Ken Martens, member of Northview Community Church, Abbotsford, B.C., and his brother-in-law Jake Janzen of Willow Park Church, Kelowna, B.C., participating in a DMI (Disciple Making International) door-to-door evangelism campaign in Africa changed their lives – and the lives of almost 60 African orphans.
It has been almost a century since the Russian revolution and civil war initiated a Mennonite diaspora, and nearly as long since Mennonite Central Committee organized to begin relief operations back to Russia. The setting of both much joy and great pain for Mennonites, the former Soviet Union has long been a destination for an intermediate generation of missionary
Battling rain, sun, the Rocky Mountains, and three relay teams, North Kildonan MB member Arvid Loewen raced his bike from B.C. to Winnipeg, July 17–21, to raise money for the Mully Children’s Family Charitable Foundation.