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Peacemaking in Action

Catalysts for peacemaking, especially where minorities are persecuted, where justice is denied, human rights are suppressed or reconciliation is needed. 

Peacemakers US Tour

I have recently returned from a fruitful speaking tour in the USA. 'Joining Hands for Justice in Israel & Palestine' invited me to give a series of presentations on the Bible, Israel and the Church in Atlanta, Chapel Hill and Charlotte. These included a meeting with African-American church leaders, public lectures at Columbia Seminary and Mercer University as well as the Muslim Community Centre and Masjid Ash Shaheed mosques in Charlotte. Continue reading →

Reflections on Olive Tree Planting

Anne Martin recently participated in the annual olive tree planting programme of Keep Hope Alive in Beit Sahour, Palestine. Anne writes,  "The olive tree is the symbol of peace, and of prosperity.  It is plain and frugal, surviving in poor soil, lasting for thousands of years and yielding precious fruit and oil.  The intention is to support Palestinian farmers by protecting their land from being taken over by settlers." Continue reading →

Peacemakers at Spring Harvest

The week before Easter, Peacemakers participated in the Hub Exhibition at Spring Harvest, Minehead, together with Middle East Evangelical Concern, Bethlehem Bible College, EAPPI and other charities advocating for justice, peace and reconciliation in Palestine. The level of interest in, as well as awareness of, the plight of Palestinian Christians has been very encouraging. Continue reading →

Challenges Faced by Palestinian Christians

Members of the faculty at Bethlehem Bible College share some of the challenges they face as Palestinian Christians. This video was shown in the Hub at Spring Harvest, Minehead. Continue reading →

John Angle on Christians in Gaza

The Revd John Angle participated in the Hub exhibition at Spring Harvest, Minehead. I interviewed him about the Christian community in Gaza.

Karuna Coffee: Compassion in Action

While attending Spring Harvest in Minehead, I interviewed Simon Hannington about Karuna Coffee. What makes Karuna unique? Continue reading →

Mones Farah on Bridge Building

Revd Mones Farah shares about the importance of bridge building at Spring Harvest Minehead Continue reading →

Prayers for Rwanda

Later this week, God willing, I will be returning to Cyangugu in Western Rwanda on the border with the Congo to teach a module at the Anglican Theological School.The journey via Doha and Kigali takes two days. Many of the students have little or no formal education, but they are eager to learn. Like the Apostle Paul, they fund their ministry from working as craftsmen, farmers or shepherds and therefore must study part-time. Your prayers appreciated for a fruitful week of training. 

Peacemakers is a Faith Ministry

Peacemaker Trust was founded two years ago as a faith ministry. By the grace of God, we are entirely dependent on your prayers, advocacy and financial support.

We are thankful that over 80% of this year's budget is already pledged or funded. Invitations pending include projects in China, Iran, Palestine, South Sudan and Uganda later this year. We need to raise about £10,000 more to meet our goals.

Please consider making a one-off gift or regular monthly donation. To give regularly, please download a standing order form and return to your bank. 

You may also donate by making a cash, cheque deposit or transfer directly into the Peacemaker Trust Metro Bank account using our bank account number 19949718 and sort code 23-05-80.  For international donations our Iban number is GB60MYMB23058019949718

You may also give online via Stewardship  www.give.net/peacemakers or through PayPal.

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