Mennonite Central Committee has established the Michael J. Sharp Global Peacemaker Award to recognize and encourage courageous peacebuilders across the world.
The University of Hamburg department of peace church theology hosted “Creating Peace Without Weapons? There Is No Way to Peace Along the Way of Security” April 29 in Hamburg, Germany.
While Anabaptist theological education is offered around the world, it is largely absent from French-language theological programs. Le Centre de Formation à la Justice et à la Paix (CFJP, Justice and Peace Training Center) is changing that.
At the end of the first evening of “From Chaos to Shalom: Exploring Peace Theology Together,” emcees Andios Santoso and Joe Sawatzky struggled to wrap up the Zoom session. The concluding prayer had been spoken. But none of the nearly 100 attendees wanted to sign off quite yet.
Lawrence Homer Hart, He’amavehonevėstse (Sky Chief), principal peace chief of the Cheyenne and a Mennonite pastor who worked to bring reconciliation to both peoples, died March 6. He was 89.