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Two Nighttime Flights

July 22

She was a refugee from Syria, a beautiful young woman, dressed in black from head to toe. A patterned scarf was tied around her head and tucked into a lightweight double-breasted suit coat that skirted the floor. She spoke passionately in a language I couldn’t understand, and her young interpreter had to stop a time or two to choke back tears....Keep Reading

Srebrenica: The Past Lives On

July 15

On Saturday, Peace Catalyst staff and volunteers in Seattle came together with our Bosnian friends in remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide their people experienced in Europe only twenty years ago. In 1995 Serbian soldiers killed more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica. For followers of Jesus (and American citizens), what is our responsibility towards these new neighbors? They have simply asked us to join them in the act of remembering the horrific events so that massacres like this never happen again....Keep Reading

A Different Kind of Peace Feast: Mediation with Burmese Refugees

July 8

23 Burmese refugee leaders gathered for a peace feast in Denver. We all sat cross-legged on mats, enjoying a variety of delicious Burmese foods and talking. But this was different than most Peace Feasts....Keep Reading

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