René Drumm and Melissa Ponce Rodas share about their research on domestic abuse, or intimate partner violence, within Adventism. They also highlight denominational efforts to end such violence.
Nathan Brown shares about his book Engage: Faith That Matters.
Two APF Board members hosted a booth at an NAD-sponsored interfaith event held at Walla Walla University.
Todd Stout (head pastor), Nicholas Zork (worship pastor), and Brooke Pierce (peace ministry coordinator) share about their work pursuing peace and justice in New York City.
What’s happening with immigration? Why are families being separated? This is all so confusing!
For World Refugee Sabbath, view ADRA’s events via live stream.
The Haystack has funded and distributed an important film on racial justice in American Adventism.
Recent Adventist stories from around the Interwebs on peace and justice themes.
The second half of a conversation on Dr. King’s legacy 50 years after his assassination.
What is King’s legacy 50 year’s after his assassination?
Judit Manchay and Valerie Sigamani share about their experience at the March for Our Lives (Orlandao, FL).
Three students at Walla Walla University share how they planned the school's 2018 peace week.
Dr. Glen Graham shares about the Centre for Peace & Justice at Burman University.
Dr. Ganoune Diop, General Conference director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, gives a presentation titled “Speaking As a Dragon? Religious Liberty & Biblical Justice Today.” A panel presentation follows.
Tiffany Llewellyn shares about the recent PELC conference and the debate around DACA.
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