We are the Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference. We are a diverse family of churches that are both urban and rural, stretching from Alberta to Ontario and into Mexico, Belize and Bolivia and all have a unique ministry we are called to. As disciples of Jesus we desire to reflect the heart and character of God. Disciples of Jesus grow, not for the sake of growth or the sake of increased knowledge, but for the sake of loving God with all we are and loving our neighbor as ourselves. As we grow in our understanding of who we are and the church God has called us to be, we take action to a renewed obedience and response to Jesus' exhortation to "Make Disciples" in Matthew 28:18-20. This focus will result in God glorified.  

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  • February busy travel month for Home Office Staff

    February 06, 2018
    February will be a bit quieter at Home Office in Winnipeg! The usual activity will be reduced, with staff members on the road at various points throughout the month.

    Lyn Dyck, Executive Director and 10 other pastors and leaders will be in Vancouver, attending the Multiply Conference from February 7 to 9. Then Lyn will be off to Belize, connecting with the churches and pastors in that Region. 

    Darrell Kehler, Leadership Development will meet up with Lyn in Belize, and the two of them will be conducting "Leading With Vision" workshops in Spanish Lookout, Blue Creek and with Belize Camping Experience.

    Abe Giesbrecht, Director of Missions will make his way to Papua New Guinea. He and Al Letkeman, Lead Pastor at the Nassau Street Church (Winnipeg) are looking forward to joining the celebrationand dedication of the completed New Testament in the Menya language. Carl and Pat Whitehead, missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators have worked with this language group for over 40 years. This will be the first time that an EMMC mission representative will be visiting the Whiteheads in PNG. 

    Abe will continue his travels and stop in Australia, and spend time with YWAM associate missionaries Dave and Cheri Bartsch. Abe will be gone from February 18 to March 5.

    We invite your prayers for these staff members as they travel.