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WINTER 2020  |  MBHERALD.COM
Sharing the life & story of the Mennonite Brethren in Canada
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A question of faithfulness: Mennonite Brethren look to the future
How is God calling us as Mennonite Brethren to pursue his heart for justice today, in our local neighbourhoods, nationally, and on the global scene?

Amid all the pain in the world that may cause us to ask “where is the church in all this?” is there anything we can collectively bring to this? MB Herald invited pastors and lay leaders from across the country into conversation  on this question.

Making space -- spreading wings: co-pilots in God's kingdom
After 20 years as lead pastor of South Langley Church (SLC), Wes Dahl felt it was nearing time for him to resign. But he knew of churches that had not fared well after long-serving lead pastors resigned. He wondered: was there a healthier way of transitioning? MB Herald spoke to Wes and his successor Dave Navarro.
A community prayer for the Mennonite Brethren
In the spirit of Blaine Lake Gospel Chapel (“Prayers of the people,” Fall 2019) and Fort Garry MB’s college and career group (“A Community Psalm,” March 2017), we invited our readers to submit their prayers for the MB family and we wove them  into one.
 
The last word
MB Herald editors from the last 58 years give their final comment on the magazine.
 
NEWS

A wake up call

Running more than an hour past the scheduled end time, the annual general meeting of CCMBC dealt with funding shortfalls and major structural changes Oct. 23, 2019, at WMB, Waterloo, Ont.

Letters

"We are losing much of that which unites us not because there is no longer a need or because we do not have the resources, but because we have established seriously flawed structures, been weak in creating and projecting visions, mismanaged finances, starved our main periodical of discussion and controversy, and allowed ourselves, in some instances, to drift from our Anabaptist theology."

MB Herald goes out of print

After 58 years of encouraging and uniting the MB family across Canada, the MB Herald will cease publication of its print magazine at the end of 2019.
AND MORE
Editorial: Take courage: free the elephants
Outfront: A new Herald of the gospel
 
58 years
of MB Herald

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