Connecting with Self and Others After Adversity

Canadian Mennonite University

With Carolyn Klassen, a Winnipeg therapist and speaker at Wired for Connection. Her many years of providing therapy provide her with a wealth of knowledge about people—including topics like grief, pain, anxiety, depression, joy, and grace that are not easily or often spoken about in polite company. She has a master’s degree in therapy, is …
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From Creation to Renewed Creation: Biblical Visions of God’s Good Future

Canadian Mennonite University

With Dan Epp-Tiessen, CMU Associate Professor Emeritus of Bible This course will explore biblical visions of God’s good future as portrayed in the Old Testament prophets, the book of Daniel, the Gospels, the letters of Paul, and the challenging book of Revelation. The course will claim that the New Testament asserts that the God who …
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Pacifism with the War in Ukraine in Mind and Heart

Canadian Mennonite University

With Harry Huebner, CMU Professor Emeritus of Theology and Philosophy There are those who say that nothing has challenged their pacifist convictions more than the war in Ukraine. This course will create a forum for expressing thoughts and feelings about the horrors of war and will consider again what Christian pacifism is about.  

Mennonites in Canada—from 1970 to the Present

Canadian Mennonite University

With Brian Froese, CMU Professor of History This course will explore what life was like in 1970 to the present and how Mennonites faced changes with respect to topics such as women in leadership, worship, music, education, missions, Indigenous relations, and politics in the context of larger social pressures.  

Dementia and Spirituality: Loss, Love, and Navigating Change Together

Canadian Mennonite University

With Jane Kuepfer, RP, PhD, MDiv, Schlegel Specialist in Spirituality and Aging with the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging and Conrad Grebel University College. Kuepfer is a spiritual director, an ordained minister, a registered psychotherapist, and serves as a spiritual care provider in a retirement home, alongside her teaching and research roles.  Within 10 years …
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Paul: A Radical Jew as God’s Messenger to Non-Jews

Canadian Mennonite University

With Tom Yoder Neufeld; Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Peace Studies, Conrad Grebel University College, and author of Recovering Jesus: the Witness of the New Testament God’s baffling decision to choose a fiercely radical Jewish Pharisee to be a prophetic messenger to non-Jews, to Gentiles, has brought immeasurable benefits to millions—including ourselves—but also a …
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ReNew 2023–“It Is Well” – Honouring Singleness and Marriage

Canadian Mennonite University

Rev. Dr Lina Toth (Assistant Principal and Lecturer in Practical Theology at the Scottish Baptist College, UK and Senior Research Fellow at the IBTS Centre, The Netherlands) will offer three presentations, addressing the church’s convictions about singleness, marriage, and weddings. The two-day conference will also offer pastoral renewal through Bible studies, worship, workshops, congregational stories, meals, …
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Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development

Canadian Mennonite University

uilding on over 25 years of experience in delivering undergraduate programs in conflict resolution, peace, and international development studies, CMU now offers a Master of Arts degree that blends these core themes, designed both for practitioners and for those pursuing academic studies. What distinguishes the MA in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development? The program’s subject matter …
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Master of Arts in Christian Ministry

Canadian Mennonite University

Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree from a recognized university or college with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (‘B’). For full admission requirements, see the Admissions Requirements and Deadlines page. Residency Requirement 30 credit hours Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 60 credit hours in the following areas Bible – 12 credit hours (minimum 3 ch of Old …
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Master of Arts in Theological Studies

Canadian Mennonite University

Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree from a recognized university or college with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (‘B’). For full admission requirements, see the Admissions Requirements and Deadlines page. Residency Requirement 30 credit hours Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 60 credit hours Core requirements—30 credit hours in the following areas Bible – 12 credit hours …
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