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  • C2C Day of Prayer for Canada | OCMBC
    and affiliates As you may already know many of our staff leaders and pastors have their alarms set for 10 02 every day This is to remind them to follow Luke 10 2 which says pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest The need for people to hear and respond to the gospel is great The C2C network is setting aside October

    Original URL path: http://www.onmb.org/c2c-day-of-prayer-for-canada/ (2016-02-16)
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  • C2C Ontario Region Prayer Letter | OCMBC
    ask or think according to the power at work within us to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever Amen Ephesians 3 20 21 God is moving in a dynamic humbling and inspiring way Jesus promised that He would build His church Matthew 16 18 and we are seeing the reality of His promise unfold across denominational lines and within a rich diversity of contexts in our nation Every morning at 10 02 people across our nation are turning to Jesus as the Lord of the harvest We pray the way He instructed His disciples to in Luke 10 02 The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest God is answering by stirring the hearts of men and women into a movement that is gospel centered Spirit led and mission focused I ve recently begun to serve with C2C Network as Ontario Regional Director My wife Julie and I are looking forward with expectation for an unprecedented move of the Holy Spirit here We are so encouraged by what we already see and we

    Original URL path: http://www.onmb.org/c2c-ontario-region-prayer-letter-10/ (2016-02-16)
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  • CCMBC Prayer Alert | OCMBC
    worship and arts pastor at Waterloo Ont Mennonite Brethren Church WMB died Sept 13 2015 at 48 Duane went on medical leave in fall 2013 after he was diagnosed with a brain tumour and later resigned Karen West associate lead pastor at WMB Church asks for prayer for Duane s family and congregation as they process this loss Duane was a gifted sensitive compassionate man who loved people deeply and longed for them to know Jesus she says He journeyed through cancer with an unshakable faith and worshipped God every day He s still doing that now especially now Duane is mourned by Anita children Tyler Eden mother Dorrell Boles mother in law Mary Gingerich and siblings Family will receive relatives and friends Sept 15 and 16 2015 5 8 p m at the Henry Walser Funeral Home 507 Frederick Street Kitchener Ont The funeral is at WMB 245 Lexington Road Waterloo Ont Sept 17 2015 at 11 a m As expressions of sympathy donations may be made to Waterloo Mennonite Brethren Church or the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada View an online memorial here a Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches news release The Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren

    Original URL path: http://www.onmb.org/ccmbc-prayer-alert/ (2016-02-16)
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  • “Everything that can be shaken” – Update from the Hieberts | OCMBC
    a fresh outbreak of violence Until now it was fairly easy to be settled here we didn t have the girls school to think about and we had a definite timeframe in mind Now we re left asking God what comes next We have felt God s leading throughout this time bringing us to this peaceful place giving us green and red lights God is definitely in control and we definitely are not We want to be faithful in this season of shaking We seek to be open to the shaking in our own lives for the thing that is true about shaking is that in the end only those parts that are true and right remain Hebrews 12 Isn t that what we want Isn t that what we would say to God So in the midst of shaking we turn our eyes toward Jesus and seek to keep them there like Peter on the shaking water On another note Doug s trip to Malawi went well It was a busy time traveling to every region of the country and speaking teaching most of the 10 days What was most encouraging was to see the spiritual hunger of so many people Brothers and sisters were so eager to apply what they were learning and this in the midst of a country that is very poor We look forward to see the future of this emerging church that already has a branch in neighboring Zambia One of the churches Doug visited in Mangochi Malawi So for the time being we remain in Rwanda For a week For weeks We re not sure We will soon make a decision about the girls schooling whether to get them enrolled in Bujumbura or begin homeschooling At the same time there is much to

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  • “Losing Control” – Update from the Hieberts | OCMBC
    us to this place It has not hindered our ministry but if anything has facilitated it and opened new doors for us For example we ve been able to connect more closely with Congolese leaders as we are in closer proximity we ve still been able to come alongside our Burundian brothers and sisters by providing urgent food This has served to strengthen relationships with ministry partners we ve been exposed to an approach to discipleship and development that will inform how we minister in the years to come This has also been a place of peace for our family We can identify with the words of Elihu in Job He is wooing you from the jaws of distress to a spacious place free from restriction We are abundantly grateful to our good Lord for His leading and wooing in our lives We are also experiencing the work of God in our personal lives We feel him drawing us deeper into prayer as well as gently reminding us that all we do is for His name s sake We have so much to be thankful for This week Doug will be traveling to Malawi for 2 weeks It will be his first visit there an opportunity to meet the churches and church leaders to observe what is happening to encourage as well as to teach in a number of churches and at the Blantyre School of Ministry Deanna and the girls will remain in Kibogora The girls are now fully on summer break and are enjoying playing with friends Upon Doug s return we will be reassessing our location and discerning if it might be the time for us to return to Burundi Lastly we re excited about the annual outreach that Harvest for Christ is initiating these next weeks

    Original URL path: http://www.onmb.org/losing-control-update-from-the-hieberts/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Camp Crossroads is celebrating 35 Years! | OCMBC
    ago Camp Crossroads a God inspired vision was established in Torrance Camp has meant so much to so many people Thank you for giving of your time to help in the ministry of Camp Come celebrate the 35 year milestone renew old friendships and be a part of the momentum as you invest in the next generation of young lives Join in the anniversary celebration and fund raising dinner Let

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  • Pleasant & Tabor Manor – “Reachout” | OCMBC
    Meet The Board Mission Core Values Ministry Development Fund Policies Guidelines Pastor Credentialing Faith Life Team Church Health Resources Emergency Support Our Stories Photo Gallery Submit Your Stories Featured Story Ministry Updates News Events All News Convention 2016 Convention 2015 Convention 2014 Ed s Newsletter Subscribe Calendar Contact Pleasant Tabor Manor Reachout Home News Pleasant Tabor Manor Reachout Pleasant Tabor Manor Reachout June 20 2015 0 Comments News Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.onmb.org/reachout-issue-15-pleasant-tabor-manor/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Update from Doug & Deanna Hiebert | OCMBC
    have been fleeing to Rwanda Tanzania and Congo taking with them only what can be carried Many neighborhoods in Bujumbura continue to demonstrate often resulting in violent confrontations People are afraid More than a 100 000 people have fled the country Everyday comes another rumour about what happened yesterday a rumour about what is happening today and some more rumours about what will happen tomorrow In the midst of the lemons we are seeking to make lemonade We ve had to leave our home and routine but we have had the opportunity and the means to do so We ve left behind friends but we are being given new friendships The girls have been exposed to some of the harsh realities and violence that arrives in these types of situations but their hearts have been protected from fear and they have also had a great education on the role of government democracy and freedom of speech The kids have had to leave their school but they re getting mom as their teacher with focused lessons We ve had to adjust what ministry looks like but have been given some new great opportunities We have been living in Rwanda now with the Schulz s for about 2 weeks at a Free Methodist medical mission compound near the border of Congo and Burundi We are so thankful that the family can live in this peaceful place so close to the border while allowing Doug to continue working in Congo and Burundi We re also meeting other missionaries here and can see already how some of these encounters have been divinely orchestrated as we learn from the ministry they are doing Please keep praying for Burundi Pray for Onesphore and his family They have chosen to step out of the country for 10

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