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  • Look and Listen: Colombia Accompanier Training in Tucson (10/9/2018) - This past weekend, I was one of 18 participants in the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship’s Discernment and Training for the Colombia Accompaniment Program (CAP). During an intense three days, we sought to learn the history of the nation of Colombia over the past 50 years, explore the origin of the CAP and dig into the nitty-gritty … Read More
  • Community, Commitment, and Creativity: A Summary Reflection of the 2018 Activist Council Gathering in Minneapolis, MN (9/25/2018) - Creativity, Community, Commitment. These were some of the themes that emerged during the two and a half days that the Activist Council gathered in Minneapolis at the Church of All Nations September 20-22. Our time began with a panel led by staff and members of the Church of All Nations and the Underground Seminary. Since … Read More
  • End Immigrant Detention: PPF Co-Moderator Arrested in ICE Protest (9/10/2018) - By Aric Clark We were seated in a circle, singing and praying, around a makeshift altar with a candle and some flowers as they came to arrest us. We were listening to stories about the men detained in the Sheridan, Oregon federal penitentiary. Stories of the immigrants and asylum seekers who had been detained in … Read More
  • My First Activist Council Gathering (8/28/2018) - My first Activist Council Gathering was in Chicago April 2017.  I arrived tired (we left home at 3am) and anxious; these were my theological and social justice heroes.  I had followed their work for years.  7 years to be exact.  In 2010, I had been to Washington DC for advocacy days when I learned about … Read More
  • Testimony and Reflection from GA223 (8/9/2018) - Against 08-03 I’m Olivia Thomas from Baton Rouge Louisiana and I’m a member of the Midsouth Presbytery. I am speaking against 08-03.  Home is a funny thing. It took me leaving Louisiana to fall head over heels in love with her. My favorite thing to do during college was to invite friends home with me … Read More
  • Colombians Ask for Prayer Amid Increasing Death Threats (7/20/2018) - The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship expresses its solidarity with the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Colombia (IPC) — the Presbyterian Church of Colombia — and joins them in denouncing the most recent death threats made by an armed group called the Aguiles Negras (Black Eagles) against social leaders, human rights defenders, journalists, and members of JUSTAPAZ. PPF has … Read More