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Abram Wall Enns, left, was the civic leader of the Manitoba Colony when rape stories first emerged. He wishes the leaders would have acted sooner. (Photo by Noah Friedman-Rudovsky noahfr.com)

Oct. 17, 2018 | God at work in the Church

‘Bees for Burkina’ honey bees hard at work. (Photo by Doug Klassen, Foothills Mennonite Church)

Oct. 17, 2018 | God at work in the Church

Members of the first-place Bible Quizzing for Grown-ups team, the Canadian Mennonite Scribes, are pictured, from left to right: Jim Loepp Thiessen, pastor of Floradale Mennonite Church; Ginny Hostetler, CM’s executive editor; Barb Draper, CM’s editorial assistant; and Tobi Thiessen, CM’s publisher. (Photo by D. Michael Hostetler)

Oct. 17, 2018 | God at work in the Church

Uzbekistan hosts Mr. and Mrs. Karimov, standing, share warm hospitality with a TourMagination group visiting Serabulak. Mr. Karimov is a descendant of a merchant who gave Mennonite pilgrims a farewell gift of money and other gifts. (TourMagination photo by John Sharp)

Oct. 17, 2018 | God at work in the World

Features

‘Potiphar’s wife displays Joseph’s garment,’ by Lucas van Leyden (circa 1512). Notice in the window in the top left corner Joseph can be seen being taken to prison. (Google Art Project)

Oct. 17, 2018 | Feature

The first issue of the Canadian Mennonite Reporter, August 3, 1971. (Canadian Mennonite file photo)

Oct. 3, 2018 | Feature

Photo courtesy of Henry Neufeld

Sep. 19, 2018 | Feature

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The Manitoba Colony is one of more than 80 Mennonite colonies in Bolivia. On one of the photographer’s last days in Manitoba, he and his sister were told by multiple women that, after the ‘ghost rapes’ of 2009, the nighttime rapes still happen, although less frequently. (Photo by Noah Friedman-Rudovsky)

Oct. 3, 2018 | God at work in the Church

A scene from #ChurchToo. (Photo by Saul Tahuite)

Oct. 3, 2018 | Artbeat

Jessa Braun, right, says that playing sports has shaped her character. (Photo courtesy of Jessa Braun)

Sep. 19, 2018 | Young Voices
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