The Saskatchewan Conference of M.B. Churches (SKMB) held their 74th annual Assembly March 13 – 14 at West Portal Church in Saskatoon. Some 125 delegates and guests chose to meet…
When Wanda Froese’s husband Terrance became director of ministry for the Saskatchewan Conference of MB Churches last April, and the couple began meeting with MB leaders across the province, she noticed a common thread: “Women in ministry are lonely. They need a place to connect.”
A rainy Saturday put a damper on attendance at the annual workday May 25, but the next day, some 130 people from six supporting churches gathered at Redberry Bible Camp to worship, fellowship, and commission the new director, David Seeley.
Resilient Ministry: What pastors told us about surviving and thriving
Authors: Bob Burns, Tasha Champman, Donald C. Guthrie
Early in my career, someone told me that being in ministry for a certain number of years doesn’t necessarily mean you have that many years’ experience: you might simply have one year repeated a number of times.
What needs to die in your life and ministry to support new life?” plenary speaker and Forest Grove (MB) Community Church lead pastor Bruce Enns challenged 123 registered participants and other attendees at the Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren annual convention, “Healthy Heartbeat: an inward look,” Mar. 9–10.
A late-winter blizzard interrupted travel plans for some of Friday night’s speakers for the 65th provincial convention of the Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches at Parliament Community Church, Regina, Mar. 11–12, but the longest-serving conference minister Ralph Gliege ably coped with the unexpected.
“God is good!” Moderator Ron Dyck opened the convention with this firm affirmation, and the congregation responded with conviction: “All the time.” Despite a hard past year and more challenges ahead, the mood was upbeat as the family of Saskatchewan churches gathered for Overcoming Harvest Hardships, their 64th annual convention, Mar. 12–13.