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"God showed up big time and told HIS STORY anointing us with fresh power."

-Attendee from Shafter, CA 

Celebrate 2015! This is My Story, the first national gathering of "boomers" and "builders" hosted by MB Foundation, was held on October 2-4, 2015 in Overland Park KS. The weekend offered challenging messages, classic worship, timely workshops, and plenty of time to renew old friendships and begin new relationships.

"The purpose of the weekend was to provide a safe place for people to celebrate God's story, consider their own story, and find ways to finish those stories well," said, Jon Wiebe, President and CEO of MB Foundation. 
172 individuals representing 38 congregations traveled from Canada and 10 states including Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Washington, and South Dakota. Read the full press release. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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