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Relief, development and podcast

Dec 8, 2022

Today on the show, we feature an interview with Girl Named Tom – a sibling music group with Mennonite roots and an affinity for MCC – who won “The Voice,” a national U.S. singing competition in December 2021. Shortly afterward, their father died from cancer. They carry his love with them as they perform in...

Nov 17, 2022

Today on the show, we're talking about a difficult, but important topic. Abuse. And more specifically, abuse in the church community. 

We'll explore how church culture can sometimes enable abuse, how to prevent it and how to best respond when it happens. 

Our guests are Jaymie Friesen and Val Hiebert, Abuse Response...

Oct 21, 2022

The latest shelling on cities across Ukraine has killed and injured dozens of people and led to widespread damage to civilian areas.

Many MCC supporters have a soft spot, maybe even a personal connection, to Ukraine.

Maybe you’re watching closely and wondering about the safety of MCC staff and partners in the area. We...

Sep 15, 2022

Daniel Ameny arrived in Uganda as a refugee from DRC when he was only ten years old. Today he is 35 and helping other refugee children in the country get an education, through the local MCC partner organization that he helped found.

"Education is my only hope, was my only hope to change my life," he says. On this...

Aug 25, 2022

Much of the farming industry across the Americas has been industrialized over the course of colonization. Storyteller Ricardo Salinas in Guatemala is learning how Indigenous farming methods are making a comeback in the San Marcos community to help combat the effects of climate change. He says sharing the stories of...