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11 Mar 2020 - Like Lydia of Acts 16, Joji Pantoja is an international businesswoman and chair of the MWC Peace Commission. Born in the Philippines, she moved to Canada in 1986, then in 2006 returned home as a Mennonite missionary. Read more...
8 Mar 2020 - When we give, we confer something to another person without compensation. Giving expresses God’s righteousness as 2 Corinthians 9:–11 says. Read more...
15 Feb 2020 - In the spirit of this psalm, we exalt God for his work in Burkina Faso during the past 40 years. To God alone be all the glory! Read more...
13 Feb 2020 - The story of the United States of America is a history of immigration. Of people seeking a better life. Of people seeking religious freedom. Read more...
12 Feb 2020 - “For the LORD is restoring the majesty of Jacob, as well as the majesty of Israel, though ravagers have ravaged them and ruined their branches” (Nahum 2:2). Relationship is a gift from God, and our God is the God of relationship. Read more...
16 Jan 2020 - To be a foreigner and to welcome foreigners into my world seem like two sides of the same coin. Sometimes we are on one side, sometimes on the other. My own life story shows both these aspects. Read more...
15 Jan 2020 - The role of the church is to love and welcome the foreigners in our communities as Leviticus 19:34 and Mathew 25:34–36. Refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people are among the world’s most vulnerable people. God calls us to seek their protection and welfare. Read more...
23 Dec 2019 - In Conferencia de Iglesias Evangélicas Anabautistas Menonitas de México (CIEAMM – the Evangelical Anabaptist and Mennonite Conference of Mexico), calls were made through Sendas de Justicia (paths of righteousness ministry) to coordinate with organizations and churches that wanted to respond to the needs expressed by the migrants. Read more...
20 Dec 2019 - Leader: Our salvation and honour come from God alone. He is our refuge, and a Rock of safety. Read more...
7 Dec 2019 - “Isisu somhambi asinganani, singangophondo lwempunzi. Literally: the stomach of a traveller is as tiny as the horn of a buck.” Volunteer MWC Regional Representative for Southern Africa Barbara Nkala learned generosity from childhood. Read more...

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