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Responding to the Arusha Call - Mission Rediscovered: Transforming Disciples will debut during webinar

A book by Ken Ross, Mission Rediscovered: Transforming Disciples, will be released during a webinar on 2 December 2020. A commentary on the Arusha Call to Discipleship, the publication unpacks the meaning of the 12-part summons of the Arusha Call. With an up-to-date theological and missiological view on the Arusha Call, the book also offers a personal reflection on the state of a world desperately in need of change and transformation.

WCC stands behind youth call for action on climate justice

The World Council of Churches is standing behind a call for action on climate justice issued by global youth religious organizations. The appeal—initiated by the World Student Christian Federation in Europe, Ecumenical Youth Council in Europe Network, the Lutheran World Federation, the European Christian Environmental Network, and Junge Buddhisthe Union—is drawing other organizations in solidarity to come together for climate justice.

Fr Jamal Khader: “We need to keep hope alive” in Palestine

It is easy to feel despair of the unjust situation for the Palestinians, who are experiencing daily humiliation, annexation of land, growing settlements, land grabbing and poverty. This year Palestine has been illegally occupied for 53 years. But there are also many people in Palestine cultivating hope, faith and love for transforming the situation.

Igrejas brasileiras clamam por justiça racial transformadora

A morte brutal de João Alberto Silveira Freitas, negro , de 40 anos de idade, pela ação de dois agentes de segurança brancos do lado de fora de um supermercado em Porto Alegre, Brasil, no dia 19 de novembro, véspera do Dia da Consciência Negra, despertou revolta em todo país. As igrejas membros do Conselho Mundial de Igrejas condenaram a morte de João Alberto e expressaram profunda preocupação com a insjutiça racial sistêmica no Brasil.