Frontier Challenge: A Story of the Conference of Mennonites in British Columbia

Book, 1990, 216 pp
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What motivated the Mennonites, who had only recently settled in the prairie provinces, to travel across the mountains to British Columbia? Why would they risk leaving their newfound communities - their homes, churches and schools - to begin again under extreme hardship in a situation where they would be under suspicion? What kept hope alive as they struggled to carve out a place to live and work? How did people from such diverse backgrounds, with minimal financial resources, manage to build their homes and institutions and to organize for ministry in such a short time? Cornelia Lehn, in her research and conversations with some of the early pioneers, helps us in answering these questions.
TypePrint
AudienceAdults
LanguageEnglish
PublisherMennonite Church British Columbia
ISBN0969484402

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