Tag Archives: violence
Adventist Peace Fellowship has posted a link to a report by Eric Guttschuss on sectarian violence in central Nigeria. Guttschuss wrote the report for Human Rights Watch in December of 2013. Learn more here.
SDA Women (Ordination+) Danish Union suspends all ministerial ordination until 2015 (ANN) Awaiting a GC Vote, the Danish Union Halts All Ordinations (Alexander Carpenter, Spectrum) Another Union Conference Takes a Stand for Ordination Without Gender Discrimination (Adventist Today) The Creation … Continue reading
The Promise of Peace in a Culture of Violence
Carl Wilkens is the focus of the 7th installment of the Viewpoints interview series at Adventist Today. Carl stayed in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994, and he now travels with his wife speaking on issues of human rights and … Continue reading
Summit on Social Consciousness: Lessons from Rwanda (April 11-14, 2012) This past weekend, Andrews University hosted Carl Wilkens at the Summit on Social Consciousness.[i] Wilkens, who worked for ADRA at the time and is now the co-founder of World Outside … Continue reading
1) Jamaican Adventists march in support of Enditnow (Nigel Coke, ANN, 3 Nov 2011) Hundreds of Jamaican Seventh-day Adventists marched last week against violence toward women and children in Ocho Rios. They came out in support of Enditnow, a global … Continue reading