With much gratitude to Afunyan—our Creator, Tala fulfilled all her academic requirements and earned the Master of Arts degree in Conflict Transformation from the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, Virginia, USA. Her thesis topic, “Decolonizing and Localizing Peacebuilding Through a For-Profit Social Enterprise: The Story of Coffee for Peace and PeaceBuilders Community,” helps us see a clearer picture of our journey at PBCI and CFP.
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Tala Alngag (Twinkle Bautista) left for Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA last 21 August 2018. She has been accepted to the graduate program of Eastern Mennonite University—Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Her objective is to plunge into the course towards the degree of Master of Arts in Conflict Transformation and finish it from SY-2018 to SY-2020.
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The Virginia Mennonite Missions invited us to share Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) stories from Mindanao. Our initial speaking engagement was before the student body and faculty of the Seminary at Eastern Mennonite University. The focus of our sharing was on the theological framework used by PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. (PBCI) in advancing a biblical peacemaking ministry …
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