Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023

What About the Children?

In the Nono district of Ethiopia's Oromia Regional State, a woman who survived ethnic violence and underwent trauma healing is now a volunteer helping other affected women, as a local church works on peacebuilding initiatives; however, concerns arise over children's exposure to violence and the need for support in addressing their trauma.

OB Helping the Needy in Destroyed Moroccan Villages: 'You Can Feel the Blessing'

Following a destructive earthquake near Marrakesh, Morocco, many residents in outlying villages are living in tents due to aftershock fears. Operation Blessing is providing essential supplies, including food and solar lamps, to offer hope and support to those affected by the earthquake. The local community expresses gratitude for the assistance amid the devastation.

Meeting the Needs of People Displaced by Climate Change

The Climate Action Summit, part of the UN General Assembly, will gather global policymakers, academics, and civil society on September 20 in New York. A workshop hosted by ACT Alliance, Bread for the World, and Open Society Foundations on September 19 aims to address the protection gap concerning human mobility and the climate crisis in international frameworks.

Churches March in New York City to Declare No Faith in Fossil Fuels

Representatives of the World Council of Churches (WCC) joined tens of thousands of demonstrators in New York City for the "March to End Fossil Fuels." This powerful protest took place just before the United Nations General Assembly, where world leaders gathered for crucial climate discussions.

Remembering Tim Keller

Tim Keller, a pastor and Christian apologist known for his thoughtful and engaging preaching, passed away at the age of 72, leaving behind a legacy of nurturing spiritual well-being and bringing the relevance of the gospel to a wider audience.
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