The need for mourning towards sin, both in our own lives and as the church.
As Christians, we do not have the right to remain silent about the Good News of Jesus.
We worship God even in the way we position our body when we talk to Him.
What does it mean to worship God in our everyday lives? Harold Espinosa shares his personal experiences on worship and intimacy with God.
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David was dancing before the lord with all his might
We are all members of God's Royal Priesthood. What are our responsibilities, and how do we train?
The Bible outlines the characteristics and importance of Deacons in the Church.
What is the role of the elder in today's church? A lesson on the history, and responsibilities of the elders as well as our responsibility towards them.
Dead or Alive? Does it Matter?
Marv Wiebe gives us his testimonial on how God has worked in his life through the trials of major health problems, then Pastor Rob shows us how the person with absolute power had no power at all.
What was the victory of the cross? And What does that mean for us today? Guest speaker Jake Doell speaks on the struggle, and victory Jesus went through in the days leading up to his crucifixion.
Why is God patient with us? Learn about the motivation for God's patience at this look into 2 Peter 3:3-15
Guest speaker Eric Samuel Timm speaks on forgiveness and making a change in the lives of children around the worldhttp://www.worldvision.ca/
The story of Zacchaeus is a story that shows us that we can all be accepted and show acceptance.
Grace means God moving heaven and earth to save sinners who could not lift a finger to save themselves.
In order to Thrive spiritually, we must Worship. To worship, it must be fresh, be done in community, have joy, and must spill out into the streets.
The spiritual discipline that best grows and shows our ability to love is the act of serving.
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We meet at the 252 6th Street (Bergthaler Mennonite Church) in Winkler, MB.
The service starts at 11:00 and usually goes until noon or so
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Pathway Community Church
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