Dedicated peacebuilders were honored on World Mission Sunday, Oct. 23.
Kuron Peace Village works to prevent, address and mediate the Toposas’ long-running conflicts around cattle-raiding
In an environment of violence and trauma, young Salvadorans find ways to build community and a better future.
Coralis Salvador reports the latest from her work at a migrant shelter at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Forging new ways of working toward nonviolence and building peace
Liz Cunningham reflects on the path that has led her to nonviolence work in El Salvador.
Art and music therapy classes bring refugees in Ethiopia new life, encouragement and healing.
Violence is ubiquitous in El Salvador, but love shows another way.
Rather than look the other way, we must enter into challenging situations with love and compassion.
Creating a nonviolent world can start with paying attention to what we say to each other.
The mission assembly process allowed God’s imagination to move us into a new vision of mission for the 21st century (July 2022 ‘Ted’s Talk’).