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Mukwashi will reflect on Ruth 1:6–13, with a lens on how some economic systems are built with a deliberate structure designed to keep vulnerable communities in a state of poverty, particularly women. From a position of humbleness, Ruth, a migrant and foreigner, was elevated to be one of the women in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew 1:5.

The public are invited to register and participate via question-and-answer sessions as well as small group discussion. 

Led by Thursdays in Black Ambassadors, the series of Bible studies is prepared for individual and congregational reflection on sexual and gender-based violence. Participants gather to listen to the word of God and apply their faith and vision of justice, peace and love in their contexts today. 

The reflections are addressing critical topics that arise in our societies and Christian communities that contribute to or respond to gender-based violence. The reflections and dialogue in the online study will provide diverse perspectives from the World Council of Churches ecumenical fellowship.

Register to participate in this international bible study, 22 September, 14:00-15:30 CEST (Geneva) here:

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