“I’m a leader, therefore I need to learn how to be a better one.” A young pastor taking on a senior pastor role, Jason Dyck turned to L2L and found…
Last year, Glencairn MB Church in Kitchener, Ont., “woke up.” After 25 years, the church had plateaued at 180 attenders, but a change in staff and direction in 2014 led…
The day began with 10 churches, it concluded with 12. The “heart of MB Quebec,” Église Chrétienne de Ste-Thérèse (the second congregation established in the province), was a fitting place to welcome two new churches to the Quebec MB conference (AEFMQ) at the annual convention Apr. 14.
What is your mission? The idea of a mission statement is common, not only in the church, but in general society. Businesses spend good money hiring consultants to help define their philosophy, purpose, goals.
Pondering prayer is somewhat like looking through a periscope for one object in the vastness of the ocean. Numerous volumes about prayer flood the shelves of Christian bookstores and an avalanche of new releases on the subject from online sources can fill email inboxes. Yet, even with commentaries, multiple Bible translations, and all these resources, many still yearn for intimacy with the almighty God of the universe.
The annual convention of the Quebec MB conference (l’Association des églises des frères mennonites du Québec – AEFMQ) was held Apr. 10 in Laval at Église chrétienne de Ste-Rose.