Emerging Voices Initiative (EVI) is embarking on a Fall 2016 Workshop Tour. This group of concerned young adults hopes to encourage further discussion about the process of transitioning into a new church structure in response to Future Directions Task Force findings.
Around the Bontleng Park site you will see a number of discarded and forgotten bottles. Some are smashed and shattered on the path, like you’ll find all over the city of Gaborone, Botswana, bottles left for little hands to pick up or for unsuspecting travellers to step on. Others are shipped off to a landfill and forgotten.
The parables of Jesus contain rich hidden gems. With the theme Digging for Treasure: Parables Revealed, the 2017 vacation Bible school series from MennoMedia gives children tools to find treasures of God’s kingdom.
As a busy professional engineer and a young father, Calvin Quan’s days are full, yet he is ready and willing to serve as Mennonite Church Canada’s new moderator. Where does he find the time and energy for national church leadership during a season of uncertainty and change?
In her Pulitzer Prize winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird, the late Harper Lee captures the complex reality of relationship: "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it." Sounds messy and uncomfortable, doesn’t it?
If self-confessed “marriage geek” Katherine Willis Pershey knows one thing after fourteen years of marriage, it’s that couples bound together in a sacred covenant need more than cheery how-to advice on achieving marital bliss.
How do you update the holy grail of thrifty and thoughtful cooking? Doris Janzen Longacre’s More-with-Less cookbook, compiled from hundreds of recipes submitted by Mennonite cooks around the world, has almost a million copies in print. But it is four decades old.