Indonesia 2022 gathering was my sixth year and my last event serving as chair of the Peace Commission of the Mennonite World Conference (MWC). I feel the joy of watching our team working together to see MWC embrace the Statement on Solidarity with the Indigenous People. For me, this is the most exciting part of the last 6 years serving with the Peace Commission. I have been blessed working with the women and men whom I learned to respect and love. I pray that MWC would continue to serve the Body of Christ; to serve the nations towards justice and peace; and, to serve as a healing body in the process of decolonization and reconciliation in this world.
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MWC ALLOWED ME TO SHARE ON ‘ANABAPTIST PEACEBUILDING IN THE PHILIPPINE CONTEXT’ BEFORE LEADERS IN AUGSBURG
What is Peace and why is it important in the Philippine context? The history of our country is just like any colonized countries. The voices of the people are decapitated to express their desires and the will to dream for the future. The soul of peace is silenced. What shows, are the feelings of …
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Joji accepted her new responsibility as chair of the Peace Commission of the Mennonite World Conference during its 2015 Global Assembly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. The Peace Commission offers MWC member churches a wide array of support: enabling talk about the peace issues facing individual churches, countries and continents; providing a conversation forum …
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