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.

For the past two weeks I have visited and been impacted by our many faithful workers and teams in Thailand and L*. One theme that continued to emerge from the various ministry opportunities and meetings was that we serve a God of restoration.

Read more: Febuary 2009

One of the world’s most accomplished violinists, Joshua Bell, recently decided to take his $3.5 million Stradivarius to the Washington, DC subway to play for passing commuters. Joshua has played in the most famous performance theatres in the world including the nearby Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.

Read more: January 2009

The current global economic crisis is exposing some significant weaknesses in our profit driven and debt burdened financial system. The resulting restructuring and consolidation of companies and regulatory bodies will change the economic landscape of our world.

Read more: December 2008

This Vision for Mission is being written from meetings in Peru with our Latin American workers and partners. This consultation has brought together both North American workers serving in Latin America as well as Latin American church leaders committed to mission. What's encouraging is that Latin American workers are increasingly going to Muslim regions such as North Africa and Central Asia to join mission work there.

Read more: November 2008

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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