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Memphis group explores restorative justice at SPI

Last November in Memphis, a nine-year-old member of Brenda Alexander’s family was shot in street-fight crossfire. Following a painful struggle with the child’s abdominal injuries, Alexander says, “Praise the Lord, he’s doing very well” – though he and his sister remain afraid to walk home. Alexander hopes restorative justice can help that boy, his fa ...More

Learning a Lesson from Moses

This article was originally published in the Church Times. Dr. Howard Zehr “I HAVE A DREAM,” intones the gentle, bespectacled man at the podium. “Dr Martin Luther King ...More

Campus Focuses on Tragedy at Virginia Tech

The Wednesday, Apr. 16, chapel service led by student pastoral assistants focused on the theme, “Alive in Christ,” explored through scripture readings and songs of worship and praise. See a ...More

The People of Sudan Continue to Struggle for a Better Future

Children fetching water at Hassa Hissa Camp for internally displaced persons, near Zalingei, in the Darfur region of western Sudan. Church World Service is endorsing and supporting ...More

Seminary Faculty Invites Colleagues to STAR Seminar

Seminary faculty and the staff of STAR (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience) has invited university faculty to join them in a Mini-STAR workshop on March 4 and 18, 2005. Carolyn Yo ...More

Grant Renewed for Trauma Program at EMU

A JOINT RELEASE OF CHURCH WORLD SERVICE AND EASTERN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY ...More