As a youth group leader at Trinity Baptist Church in Kelowna, B.C., I know how difficult it can be to capture young people’s imaginations.
It’s been 25 years since a Mennonite World Conference (MWC) assembly has been held in North America, but next year Mennonites from all over the world will congregate in Harrisburg, Pa.
Most university students use reading week to study or go on a quick vacation, but not the members of Pocket Change, a Winnipeg rock band.
Ben Borne, 24, who self-identifies as gay, was talking to Krista Loewen and Joe Heikman, his co-pastors and friends, after attending a Mennonite Church Saskatchewan meeting to discuss its Safe Chur
Video games are fun. They can be seen as an escape from reality, but often provide an opportunity to overcome challenges. Many of them are violent.
Early this past October, I sat with a cup of peppermint tea in a church in the small town of Cobridge, England. The church had four walls, long windows and high ceilings.
Every Sunday after church, a woman in my congregation hands out candy to children in Sunday school who can recite a Bible verse from memory.