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    When neighbours can’t remember

    Thursday, January 1, 2015

    Drawing out, not writing off, people with dementia Is it possible for someone to enjoy meaningful life when they’re dependent? Can someone be the same person they used…

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    2014 Year in Review

    Thursday, January 1, 2015

    2014 through the pages of the MB Herald.

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    Extending The Table

    Thursday, January 1, 2015

    I was introduced to The Table in May of 1991. Our family had just moved to Nova Scotia, and at the end of a “welcome-to-town” shower, a young man approached us, wondering whether we’d like to take care of his large antique table.

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    Week of Prayer

    Thursday, January 1, 2015

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PA 2015

César García responds to questions overheard in North America about PA 2015 Amid growing anticipation and excitement about the Mennonite World Conference Assembly (PA 2015) to be held…

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The place of here in following Christ

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Title No Home like Place: A Christian Theology of Place
Author: Leonard Hjalmarson
Books on a theology of place are becoming popular, attempting to marry theology and missiology to one’s geography.

CMU welcomes inaugural Scientist in Residence to campus

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Canadian Mennonite University is pleased to announce it will host Dr. Henry Janzen as its first-ever scientist-in-residence. Janzen, a research scientist in soil biochemistry at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada research centre in Lethbridge, Alta., will be on campus Feb. 2–6, 2015…

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Progressive theological road has potholes

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Title: We Make the Road by Walking: A Year-Long quest for Spiritual Formation, Reorientation and Activation
Author: Brian D. McLaren
“The road of faith is not finished. There is beautiful land ahead…waiting to be explored. It will take a lot of us, journeying together to make the road.”

Five years after the Haiti earthquake

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In Cabaret, Haiti, 39 kilometers outside the capital city of Port-au-Prince, breezes flutter the sheer fabric hanging in the doorway of Gladys Joseph’s new home. There’s room in the yard for her children to play. And, for the first time since she was sent to Haiti’s capital city as a child, she has a garden – corn, beans, manioc and okra.

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January Issue 2015

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Contents of the MB Herald January issue 2015

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Who are the people in your neighbourhood?

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Is that song running through your head right now? It’s Bob and his Sesame Street friends cheerfully singing about the people in their neighbourhood – the grocers, garbage…

Life & Faith

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Don’t read this book if…

Thursday, January 1, 2015

People have been coming to this continent in a more or less steady stream for the past few hundred years. It was once fashionable to call the early waves of these newcomers “settlers,”…

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When neighbours can’t remember

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Drawing out, not writing off, people with dementia Is it possible for someone to enjoy meaningful life when they’re dependent? Can someone be the same person they used…

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God is love

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Unwrapping a not-so-simple statement 1 John 4:8–10 Being a pastor’s kid can be a horrific ordeal, but my experience was pretty positive. My memories are similar to those…

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2014 Year in Review

Thursday, January 1, 2015

2014 through the pages of the MB Herald.