Vision for Mission

Vision for Mission is a newsletter from Randy Friesen, General Director of MB Mission. Randy highlights recent worldwide stories and events that will help you build a vision for mission.

Helen (not her real name) works as a cleaning lady in a factory in a remote part of Central Asia.

Read more: October 2014

Several weeks ago, I completed a hike that I had started ten years ago. In 2004, when my son Josh was twelve, he and I hiked Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, making it three quarters of the way before turning back.

Read more: September 2014

At my local church, we print the attendance and giving stats on the backside of the bulletin each week. My first impulse every Sunday is to flip to the back and check out last week’s stats.

Read more: August 2014

The current World Cup (of soccer) has highlighted the dormant tribal identities of many North Americans. A quick look at the attire of staff in our MB Mission office indicates that the ethnic loyalties of Dutch, German, Brazilian and Mexican fans are still active in our midst.

Read more: July 2014

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Physical slavery is prevalent around the world; it takes many forms. Individuals and people groups are in bondage. Guest speaker, Randy Friesen has seen the amazing power of the Gospel to bring freedom to the oppressed. In our own lives, we can find ourselves enslaved – to sin and to fear. How can we be free? Knowing who we are in Christ is vital to our freedom.
January 2015 at Central Heights Church, Abbotsford, BC Play Button PLAY SERMON