Merry Climate and a Gift of Peace


On Thursday, a group of Jesus and justice junkies will deliver some crowd funded solar panels to our Prime Minister on behalf of many of us who chipped in a few bob. We really want to wish our Catholic brother Merry Climate… err, I mean Christmas.

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After 25 Years: Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall


The biggest news by far that year was on November 9th when the Berlin Wall came tumbling down, literally overnight.

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Happy Birthday, Haiti Partners!


I will never forget the day I was trying to eat dinner in a Port-au-Prince restaurant. As I was about to put my fork into the steak that was on my plate, I happened to look to the window on my right.

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Global Missions: What Are We Doing Here?


My first go at post-college employment was starting and directing the Global Missions Ministry of a 3000-member mega-church. I was getting paid, and I was traveling—two things I’d never done before. In many ways, it was exciting work.

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Why I’m Marching About Climate Change


Today people are coming together around the globe to march on climate change. I’ll be marching as well, not in spite of my faith but because of it.

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ISIS vs the Way of Jesus

Isis Fighters

The way of Jesus is the hard way. Forgiveness, love, choosing to lay down our lives is the most difficult path in the face of real enemies. ISIS is real. But love is far more powerful.

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Jim Foley, ISIS, and What I Learned from Being Kidnapped


We sat on mats in a traditional sitting room in a remote village of northwestern Iraq. One of our captors guarded the door with his assault rifle at the other end of the room.

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