HARARE, Zimbabwe (ENI) Hundreds of Zimbabweans from various Christian denominations held prayers on May 25 for peace ahead of possible elections later this year. "We hear threats and rumors of elections, and have seen tell-tale signs of political violence raising its ugly head again,"
BORDEAUX, France (ENI) Leaders of Christian churches and other faiths called on the world's most powerful governments to devise more effective joint solutions to the "interconnected crises confronting humanity" at a May 23-24 summit, organized by the New York-based Religions for Peace.
TOKYO (ENI) The National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) has requested its partners worldwide to pray for them and petition the Seoul government to resume its economic support to starving North Koreans.
(Episcopal News Service) As Sudan's wanted President Omar al-Bashir insists he will not remove his troops from the disputed oil-producing Abyei region, church and world leaders are insisting that advocacy for the war-torn south and for a lasting peace must continue.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (Special to Presbyterian News Service) “I’m still trying to figure it out — How does seminary and a master’s degree and teaching fit with roasting coffee and sourcing it and selling it?” wondered Benjamin Schellack. “I’m not sure I know the answer.”