The Beauty of Christ’s Bride
Earlier this year, I was struck again with the great variety within the church and with how much we are loved as Christ’s bride.
Early in the morning, the three of us boarded the ferry that would take us to the island. Awaiting us there was a hill with a small old church at the top.
Marques Mente is a dynamic young leader in the Portuguese church and the pastor of the MB congregation in Loures, Portugal.
God is at work among French Mennonites, and a group of churches is experiencing renewal.
His name is Oak, like the tree. He’s six years old and lives in a slum in Thailand.
It’s not hard to tell when Cecil Ramos is excited.
The Khmu conference of churches in Southeast Asia has grown from one thousand believers to over thirty thousand.
Soma* was a young woman in her early twenties when her family members became the first followers of Jesus in their village.
Three years ago, at 6:00 AM on a Sunday morning, our doorbell rang, and kept ringing.
Bob and Chris Davis work in Southeast Asia with MB Mission. They are from Birch Bay, Washington, USA.
Multiplication has always been at the heart of the TREK program.
Last Christmas, a family forfeited celebrating Christmas at home, and instead travelled to Thailand for something completely different.
Together With One Voice
I cannot remember a single Christmas or Easter family celebration that did not include guests around the table.
God is gathering together a diverse team of servants. Alan says, “It was my first prayer walk.”
Alejandra is excited about what God is doing in her home church in Piura, Peru.
This team has been serving together in France for several years. They are one of the most culturally diverse teams we have.
One of the greatest joys of working with a multicultural team in Thailand is the opportunity to broaden our base of understanding the Thai culture.
Lowell Stutzman is globally connected, and not just because he travels extensively. It’s more about how he travels, and why.
Our invitations to the celebration must include the last, the lost and the least.
Strengthening the missional health of our North American churches and giving them opportunities to go, pray and give.
Equipping and resourcing our MB Mission team so that we can serve effectively in the mission to which God has called us.
Building healthy church-planting teams that follow the Spirit’s leading and help local leaders in least-reached countries to transform their communities.
Coming alongside our partner church networks around the world to help them develop their own church-planting initiatives.
“A mighty warrior is going home, you know,” my uncle said to me as the two of us sat with my Auntie Herta in her little room.