Vision for Mission

Vision for Mission is a newsletter from Randy Friesen, General Director of MB Mission. Randy highlights recent worldwide stories and events that will help you build a vision for mission.

Our resource missionaries to Panama, Einer and Girlesa Zuluaga, were recently reporting on the growth of our churches in the rainforest region of Panama. Many of these remote indigenous communities are accessed only by riverboat and are increasingly vulnerable to drug traffickers and Spanish farmers who claim their land. Many of these communities are still controlled by “shamans” and the fear of spirits.

Read more: May 2010

Several weeks ago I had the opportunity to serve and encourage a group of North Afr*can house church leaders. Their stories of life transformation and their vision for their nations were inspiring. They reflected on the price of regular police harassment and family opposition and declared that it was insignificant in comparison to knowing and serving Jesus.

Read more: April 2010

The 20 participants in this years missionary training program have completed the four month classroom based phase, and are now entering six month internships in church planting settings across North America. These internships represent a unique partnership between our global church planting effort and our provincial/district church planting strategies.

Read more: February 2010

I recently had a very encouraging coffee with John and Jan Goertz, former missionaries to Columbia, Panama, and Uruguay. Several weeks ago the Goertzs attended an alumni gathering where 30 retired missionaries in the Southern BC area were introduced to 18 newly mobilized MB Mission long- term missionaries preparing to leave on their assignments. The Goertz’s visited with Marcella, a teacher from Uruguay preparing to serve in N Africa.

Read more: January 2010

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Physical slavery is prevalent around the world; it takes many forms. Individuals and people groups are in bondage. Guest speaker, Randy Friesen has seen the amazing power of the Gospel to bring freedom to the oppressed. In our own lives, we can find ourselves enslaved – to sin and to fear. How can we be free? Knowing who we are in Christ is vital to our freedom.
January 2015 at Central Heights Church, Abbotsford, BC Play Button PLAY SERMON