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Sunday, March 17th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, a concerted effort is underway to reach Low-German speaking Mennonites with the gospel, the Catholic and Anglican churches have issued messages for lent that have a lot to say and Mennonite author Rudy Wiebe will receive a special award.

Join us for these stories and more, Sunday at 9:15.

 

 

Sunday, March 10th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, Mennonite Church U.S.A. is considering changes to its membership guidelines, a church in British Columbia is leaving Mennonite Church BC over the “Being A Faithful Church” initiative and MCC has marked the 40th anniversary of being the first agency in the country to initiate private sponsorship of refugees. Have a listen to this week’s program below:

 

 

 

Sunday, March 3rd 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, a former resident of the Peguis First Nation is serving as the prison chaplain at Stony Mountain Institution, MCC is continuing its work in both North and South Korea and is hopeful of a peace agreement between the two countries and the moderator of The United Church has issued an interesting idea for Lent.

Join us for these stories and more, Sunday at 9:15.

 

 

Sunday, February 24th 2019

Stories Daryl Braun is working on this week include, the leaders of the United Church of Canada have issued a letter of encouragement after six years of review and change, Canadian Mennonite University has announced a Masters of Divinity program and the Pope has issued some strong words as the church deals with sexual crimes of the clergy. You can listen to this weekend’s program, below:

 

 

 

Sunday, February 17th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, The Board of Faith and Life of the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches has begun sorting outs its new role, EMMC pastor Andrew Reimer is excited about his new role with Inner City Youth Alive in Winnipeg and Christians in Bulgaria say prayers have been answered by the removal of severe restrictions on religion in Bulgaria.

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Sunday, February 10th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, MCC Canada is cutting back on some Canadian programming, the new voices together music and worship collection for Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA is nearing completion and the head of World Evangelical Alliance has attended a conference in Abu Dhabi where he urged Christians to promote peace.

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Sunday, February 3rd 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, the Anglican and Catholic Churches in Canada say they have come a long way toward overcoming divisions between them, the EMMC reports an evangelistic outreach at the Morden Corn and Apple Festival has had good success and a science professor from Trinity Western University will be at CMU in Winnipeg this coming week to talk about creation and evolution.

Join us for these stories and more, Sunday at 9:15.

 

 

Sunday, January 27th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, the U.S. Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches is continuing to wrestle with the question of women in leadership positions, Catholic youth are gathered in Panama for World Youth Day and a church in Saskatchewan has had great success implementing recommendations from the study called “hemorrhaging faith”.

Join us for these stories and more, Sunday at 9:15.

 

 

Sunday, January 20th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, The Salvation Army is ramping up its cold weather programs to help those in need this winter, a Chinese pastor, arrested by the government, has vowed he will never renounce his faith and the Canadian Council of Churches has called on Prime Minister Trudeau to take a stronger stand against nuclear weapons.

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Sunday, January 13th 2019

Stories we're working on this week include, a pastor from Langham, Saskatchewan, who also works as a wilderness guide, has offered some interesting insights on communicating his faith, more than three dozen Catholic missionaries were killed in the past year and Mennonites in Ukraine are working to grow the church there.

Join us for these stories and more, Sunday at 9:15.

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