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Kingdom windfall

Henry and Mary Rempel, pictured in Vancouver, B.C., circa 2010, donated property worth $229.6 million to Mennonite Central Committee B.C. Supplied photo.

Architectural renderings of Mennohall. Used with permission.

A second rendering of Mennohall. Used with permission.

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) B.C. made headlines across Canada when it announced last September that it had received a gift of property worth $229.6 million. 

Taking risks to deliver relief in Myanmar

Food parcels are prepared for distribution to internally displaced people in Myanmar. (The person in the photo is not named for their protection nor are they the person named Mr. Khong in the story.) MCC photo

Every day, when Mr. Khong awakens in Myanmar, he has two challenges: One, avoid being captured, conscripted or killed by the military junta that is struggling to hold onto its power to govern.

Klassen urges outreach at Saskatchewan AGM

Mennonite Church Saskatchewan Annual Delegate Sessions at North Star Mennonite Church in Drake. Photo by Will Braun.

“The gospel begins with ‘hello.’” This was the challenge Doug Klassen, executive minister for Mennonite Church Canada, gave to those gathered for the Mennonite Church Saskatchewan Annual Delegate Sessions on March 8-9 at North Star Mennonite Church in Drake, Saskatchewan.

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