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Bethany, dead at 88

Bethany College, the small Saskatchewan college born in the boom of Bible training schools amid the dust of the Depression, matriculates its last students Apr. 26, 2015,after 88 years of training leaders to serve the church.

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Photo courtesy Dustin Weibe

Sex 2.0

The board of faith and life hosts a second study conference on healthy sexuality. Some presenters offer challenging perspectives on sexuality, but there’s consensus on this: we need to talk about sex in church.

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Photo courtesy Dale D. Gehman

A menagerie of Mennonites

More than 8,000 Mennonites and Brethren in Christ from around the world gather at the Harrisburg, Pa., Farm Show Complex for Mennonite World Conference’s once-every-six-years Assembly. Only 124 Canadian MBs worship, learn and play with our international family in person, but others tune in to the live streamed sessions, read the web updates and follow the social media chatter.

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It’s over… we’re back… what do you think?

MB Herald begins the year as a monthly, is reduced to bimonthly in June along with a termination announcement that is rescinded a few months later. Bimonthly publishing schedule persists as the communications team processes results of a Canada-wide survey of CCMBC media.

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