The commencement ceremony for MB Seminary’s 2023 class at the ACTS Seminaries consortium was held at Christian Life Assembly in Langley, BC on April 22. Seven students were recognized and celebrated for the completion of their programs. Here is a list of those who graduated through the ACTS consortium:
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The Applied Graduating Project is a major integrative work that serves as the capstone to the student’s MA degree. Building on work already completed, students will consider unresolved questions or apply specific ideas contextualized to their area of ministry or interest.
If being a Christian is about personally confessing Jesus as Lord, what does it mean to be a community of disciples engaging the mission of the church in the world? Why are Mennonite Brethren so specific about what it means to live as disciples? This course will focus on the key missional elements of discipleship as articulated in the MB Confession.
This course explores a selection of current theological issues. We will reflect briefly on principles that help us engage theological problems effectively, and on the landscape of contemporary Christian theological debate. We will then examine several major issues that are especially relevant today.
A Holy Encounter I was walking where Paul walked when it happened. My friend Tom and I were on the Egnatian Way in Philippi, Greece, where the Apostle Paul and his friends walked and talked almost 2,000 years earlier as they came to Europe from Asia Minor (see Acts 16:11-12). We were so deeply engrossed […]
Have you ever wanted to do something for a really long time and then been disappointed when you found out you couldn’t do it? How did you react? At this time of the year, my friend Norm spends a good hour each morning cleaning all the leaves that have fallen into his pool. I recently […]
How do we build relationships across cultures within our culturally diverse neighbourhoods and church communities? This course will explore how cultural awareness and intercultural skills open new opportunities to share the love of Christ through hospitality and friendship. This course will also explore how we can serve more effectively on multicultural teams and through cross-cultural partnerships.