by Jim Hodgson
Geneva – Tension between our passion for justice and having patience enough to work on framework concepts for work on religion and development seemed to increase through the second and third days of our encounter.
This photo makes everything look quite normal. That’s me with my old-fashioned notebook in the midst of a group of women who are telling my colleagues and I about the work they do to improve their lives and those of their families.
Their work is supported in part by the Council of Evangelical Churches of […]
An encounter with two Mexicans who bear witness to the lives and passion of 43 disappeared education students made me think of the words of Jesus about Herod—the Roman Empire’s puppet king—to those who warned him against travelling on to Jerusalem. Jesus responded that he would continue teaching and healing until going to […]