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West Bank Bible Camp

WBBC is dedicated to quality camping for people of all ages regardless of background. Their goal is a Christ-centred program conducive to spiritual, physical and social development. Established in 1944, West Bank Bible Camp is supported by the Southern Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren and other interested churches. All camp fees go directly to the support of the summer camp program. The remaining costs of the summer, capital expenditures and improvements are solely dependent upon the free will donations of individuals or groups.

This link will take you to their website... http://www.westbankbiblecamp.com/

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Sep 13, 2021

General

The Future Church podcast

One of my favourite things to do as a pastor is to learn from other pastors and church leaders. I love discussing ministry philosophy, what they have seen work in the ministries they lead. I love hearing about the risks they are taking, and things they have learned from failures they have experienced. I usually leave those conversations with a few insights that I begin to think through and apply to my ministry context.

Sep 13, 2021

General

What If Zebedee Said, “No”

Lately, I find myself thinking about Zebedee. A minor New Testament character, Zebedee appears only when James and John abandon him and his hired hands on his fishing boat as they leave to follow Jesus (Mark 1:19-20). Zebedee never shows up again, though his name recurs repeatedly in association both with James and John and with their mother, his wife, Salome (Mark 15:40).

Sep 11, 2021

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Equip Mini 2021

In preparation for EQUIP 2022: Ecclesia, the MB Church of Canada is hosting EQUIP Mini – a virtual event where we will hear from EQUIP 2022 keynote speaker, Dr. David Fitch. Held over two days, David will lead us through three 90-minute sessions on engaging in healthy conversations around difficult topics in the church.