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Lifelong training is not restricted to our classrooms. A variety of resources are available below to equip you and your church. Please remember to credit the author/presenter when you cite these resources publicly.


MB History & Theology

Shared Global Mennonite Brethren Convictions: Reflections on the ICOMB Confession of Faith | Doug Heidebrecht, Direction Journal, 2019

What’s in a Name? Canadian Mennonite Brethren and the Struggle for Identity | Brian Cooper, The Conrad Grebel Review, 2019

Preacher, Teacher, Pastor, and Elder: Mennonite Brethren and McClendon’s Portrayal of Church Authorities | Doug Heidebrecht, Direction Journal, 2018

Fresh Air for the Good House of Menno: The Holy Spirit among Canada’s Mennonite Brethren | Andrew Dyck, Direction Journal, 2018

The Complicated History of Anabaptist-Mennonite Nonresistance | Bruce Guenther, Direction Journal, 2018

The MB Genome Project | Andrew Dyck, MB Herald, 2012

Toward a Mennonite Brethren Peace Theology: Reading the Bible through an Anabaptist Lens | Doug Heidebrecht, Direction Journal, 2014

Reformed Theology Among Canadian Mennonite Brethren | Brian Cooper, Direction Journal, 2013

Atonement in the Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith | Doug Heidebrecht, Direction Journal, 2013

People of the Book: The Significance of Mennonite Brethren Biblicism and Hermeneutics | Doug Heidebrecht, Direction Journal, 2011

Fault Lines in Evangelical Theology | Doug Heidebrecht and Gil Dueck, Direction Journal, 2007

The Theological Poverty of the Mennonite Brethren Vision | Brian Cooper, Direction Journal, 2018

God, Sex, and Church: Why? | Andrew Dyck and Ingrid Reichard, Direction Journal, 2016

The “Enduring Problem” of Christ and Culture | Bruce Guenther, Direction Journal, 2005

Denominational Vexillology | Bruce Guenther and Jeff Peters, MB Herald, 2016


Interpreting Scripture

Interpreting Scripture Today: The Interpretive Model – Mark Wessner

Interpreting Scripture Today: The Interpretive Method – Doug Heidebrecht