Introduction Having grown up through the Mennonite Brethren tradition, I find there are many ‘core’ beliefs that I take for granted. Pacifism, separation of church and state, and adult baptism sound obvious to me. Of course, we should believe those! Aren’t they clearly THE TRUTH? A deeper exploration of my own convictions, and opposing convictions… Continue reading Now we see imperfectly
In fall 2007, a community in the small town of Hepburn, Sask., began to shape my life. I was a first-year student at Bethany College, a place of profound formation and development for me as a disciple of Jesus. The place captured my heart with an all-encompassing, life-altering, horizon-expanding revelation of the depth and breadth… Continue reading Transformational community
I don’t typically enjoy working in groups. I know it’s often necessary and there are many good reasons for working in groups. It’s just not fun. At the MB EQUIP study conference, we had the opportunity on Thursday morning and again in the afternoon to practice what we had been learning about interpreting Scripture. Of… Continue reading Good group work?