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CONFESSION OF FAITH

The MB church emphasizes the centrality of biblical authority, articulating confessions of faith in order to connect scriptural teaching with contemporary discipleship.

The MB Confession of Faith describes how the MB church interprets the Bible for our context and is an authoritative guide for biblical interpretation, theological identity and ethical practice. The Bible is our written authority. As Anabaptists, we believe authoritative interpretation of the Bible is the result of corporate reflection under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. The MB Confession of Faith is the result of such a process.

http://www.mennonitebrethren.ca/resource/the-mb-confession-of-faith-detailed-edition/

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Recent News

Sep 6, 2022

General

Shall we accept good from God, and not trouble?

I watch a lot of Major League Baseball; the Toronto Blue Jays are my team. A good number of the Blue Jay players wear crosses and routinely engage in the Catholic practice of ‘crossing’ themselves. Both of these provide some level of testimony that God plays a role in their personal and professional lives. It is common practice for some of these elite ball players to make a gesture of thanks and praise to God when they accomplish a good hit, crossing themselves and raising a hand to the heavens.

Aug 24, 2022

General

SKMB Sabbatical Two

Before I left I wrote about five things we did to help us plan our sabbatical to ensure our family got the most out of it. Now on the other side of our sabbatical, I want to share four lessons I learned about sabbaticals that I hope will help you prepare if you are considering one in the future. 

Aug 8, 2022

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Pope's Visit

“I’m Sorry”
Pope Francis addresses a “deplorable evil.”


“I express my deep shame and sorrow…
I humbly beg for forgiveness.”
Pope Francis