In a short excerpt from a longer interview, the founder and president of Maison Shalom in Burundi explains what she means by the phrase, "Love made me an inventor."
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Maison Shalom has helped more than 20,000 children in the aftermath of the Burundian genocide. Its founder and president talks about how Maison Shalom works to restore dignity and hope to the citizens of this war-torn nation.
Filled with pain, rejected by society, survivors of sexual assault in Kenya are often left directionless and without hope. But a Christian nonprofit is helping them build new lives, says the organization's co-founder.
A young Latino pastor celebrates the church that allows everyone to be whoever they happen to be, working together to create communities of abundant life.
"Reconciliation -- Luke 15" is a bronze sculpture by Margaret Adams Parker displayed on the terrace of Duke Divinity School. Duke Photography/Les Todd
Faith & Leadership offers resources for pastors and laypeople seeking to explore the question of forgiveness.
The global church is one in which Christians are both connected to and conscious of other faiths and denominations, says a Georgetown scholar of religion.
The Korean Peninsula is a divided land, long torn by hostility and enmity. But Christianity is a life-giving religion that can help write a new history even there, says the noted Korean-American church leader.
Prejudice against Muslims has a long history in the West, says a British legal scholar. Personal contact is the antidote, and churches have a crucial role to play in making those contacts, she says.