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The Anabaptist-related church communities of Japan are largely safe, according to Takanori Sasaki, chair for Japan Mennonite Fellowship.
The Anabaptist Network in South Africa (ANiSA) is celebrating the anniversary of its Alternative News service, which focuses on justice, peace, and hope.
A theological peace principle rooted in community experience has been presented to Latin American Peace Churches meeting in the Dominican Republic.
Representatives of the Historic Peace Churches in Latin America have been meeting together to focus on seeking "the peace of the city."
'Hunger for Peace: Faces, Paths, Cultures' is the theme of a landmark gathering of Historic Peace Churches taking place in Latin America next week.
Eastern Mennonite University students are pushing their institution for divestment from companies supporting Israeli military occupation.
Anabaptist churches and service organizations from around the world have gathered in Addis Ababa to look at ways of working together more effectively.
Mennonites in North America are reflecting with sadness, but also hope, on the life of a development worker killed in Afghanistan last week.
The Lutheran World Federation is to adopt a historic statement asking forgiveness from Mennonites for the persecution of Anabaptists in the 16th century.
The Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana, will host an ecumenical peace conference 28-31 July 2010, focusing on contemporary North American responses to war.
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