When Joseph Kiranto moved from Kenya to study at Canadian Mennonite University, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to major in. Each class he attended piqued his interest.
Inspired by the success of Herbert Bible School in southern Saskatchewan, in 1926, Jacob Lepp, H.A. Willems and John Harder invited Moody graduate George Harms to teach 3 months of…
The board of Bethany College, Hepburn, Sask., emerged from December board meetings with sobering news: the current school year (2014–2015) will be the 87-year-old rural Saskatchewan institution’s final year.
Through the Global Scholarship Fund, the International Community of Mennonite Brethren (ICOMB) is helping the global MB family foster a heart for mission to the world, from the world.
The Mar. 28 signing ceremony at ETEM-IBVIE celebrated far more than the addition of another Bible school, Institut Biblique du Québec, (IBQ) to the growing partnership.
An interview with Kristen Corrigan, president, ETEM In the midst of preparations for a new semester, Kristen Corrigan, rector (president) of ETEM-IBVIE*, spoke on the phone with the MB Herald’s…
A constant hum of voices – simultaneous interpretation in Spanish and French, and explanatory words in Portuguese, German, and Russian – animated each of the sessions of the International Community of Mennonite Brethren’s Higher Education Consultation at Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, June 13–17, as participants from around the world engaged with presentations on the theme “Church and School: Compañeros (co-labourers) in growing people of God.”
Hundreds of Mennonite Brethren youth will soon graduate from high school. Some may be wondering what to do in September, or which university or college to attend. I wonder if…
Out in the middle of the vast, snowy, bright prairie is an unassuming Bible school which has had a strong influence in the lives of many Canadian Mennonite Brethren.