The students have returned from their Mission Xposure trips. The second year students who were visiting northern communities returned late Wednesday evening and the third year students arrived back early Thursday morning and in the evening on Friday.
They came back full of stories of the people they encountered and new perspectives acquired on their own lives and mission. Continue to pray for the students and staff as they process the information and relationships that were built through their different encounters. This coming week the students will be sharing their reflections and stories in chapel. Chapels begin at 11:30am and are open for anyone to attend.
On Wednesday morning 29 students and two faculty members left Steinbach Bible College for a week of ministry in Northern Manitoba. They will reach Thompson later on in the day for a time of orientation with Continental Mission Inc.
The much awaited for announcement has come. For the first time in Mission X history, students will be travelling across the Pacific ocean to visit the Philippines. President Rob Reimer will be leading the team as they get exposed to the work that God is doing in this country.
SBC students have returned from their MissionX experiences full of stories of God's grace being worked out through them. All week the teams have been reporting in chapel about how their hearts have been transformed through the exposure they have had to working in other cultures.
Adrian Miller's MissionX experience began several weeks before heading up to the community of York Landing, which is nearly 150 kilometres from Thompson, Manitoba. His MissionX story begins when he boarded a bus in Winnipeg bound for Hamilton, Ontario.