Global Voices of Nonviolence (GVON) is an initiative that last year drew special attention to the 12-day period between the United Nations International Day of Peace (9/21) and the United Nations International Day of Nonviolence (10/2).
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Palestinian Christian Sami Awad, executive director of Holy Land Trust and one of the subjects of the award-winning documentary Little Town of Bethlehem. He will be at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 3215 Four Mile NE in Grand Rapids, MI (MAP) on Saturday, September 15, at 6:30 p.m. Food and… Continue Reading…
Considered a “breakthrough in the evangelical world” by conference organizer Bethlehem Bible College, Christ at the Checkpoint 2012 focused on “the ministry of the Palestinian Church in the context of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.”
The Peace and Reconciliation Commission (Parcom) of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches (PCEC) incorporated EGM’s Little Town of Bethlehem on a film tour throughout the Southeast Asian nation.
“It [the conference] aims is to provide an opportunity for Evangelical Christians to prayerfully seek a proper awareness of issues of peace, justice, and reconciliation in the context of the realities on the ground in the Palestinian Territories.”
Just days after engaging with a global audience on the universal themes and redemptive messages captured in EGM’s award-winning documentary, director Jim Hanon got upfront and personal with audiences across America’s East Coast.