All that began to change when she met Peter Warkentin, the past moderator of nearby Southridge Community Church, which began life as a small Mennonite Brethren congregation but became a large successful place of worship with an average Sunday attendance of more than 1,500.
What does MB stand for?
MB stands for Mennonite Brethren
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Martens, President Emeritus, Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, Fresno, California “The universal appeal of this book -- a childhood encompassing the two cultures of India and the United States, an alien with a double identity -- lies not only in the light it casts on the work of foreign missions but also in the enrichment of international understanding.
13) Henry and Ena Goertzen: "Namaka Mennonite Reunion," Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, website wwww.
However, on June 11, 1869, Efim Tsymbal, a peasant from the Ukrainian village of Karlovka, in Kherson province, persuaded the Mennonite Brethren preacher Abraham Unger to baptize him along with thirty converts in the nearby German colony of Staryi Dantsig.
But Annie is Mennonite Brethren and Donald is Baptist and Japanese.
Winnipeg: Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, 2001.
Camp Arnes on Lake Winnipeg, run by the Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba, is facing a charge under that province's Human Rights Act.
A Marginal Skull in the Swamp In 1960, when Paul Hiebert, who had left Winnipeg for Morris, Manitoba, was writing his second of six books, and when Arnold Dyck had been retired in Winnipeg for seven years, Rudy Wiebe, representing a new generation, came to study at Mennonite Brethren Bible College in Winnipeg.