Training Peacemakers in One of the Worst Conflict Zones in the World

by Rick Love I just returned from teaching peacemaking at Bethlehem Bible College, an evangelical, interdenominational school located in the city of Christ’s birth and dedicated to training Palestinian Christians. My students were part of the M.A. program in Peace Studies. What a challenge, and what a great opportunity! The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has lasted over […]

Peace Catalyst Connects with Somali Refugees in San Diego

  Peace Catalyst works in cities and neighborhoods across the U.S. to promote understanding and peace between Christians and Muslims, and one of our most recent events was a Peace Feast in San Diego. The Event We gathered over forty adults (and two dozen children!) from a local church and the surrounding community for lunch […]

What You Can Do About ISIS: the Army of Terror and Error

Part 3

by Rick Love In part one of this series I mentioned six historical reasons for the rise of ISIS. In part two I outlined six reasons for the expansion of ISIS. Today we’ll look at three things you can do about ISIS.   1. Distinguish between ISIS and mainstream Islam ISIS, the cult of death and darkness, […]

Guidelines for Jesus-Centered Peacemakers in Tumultuous Times

We in Peace Catalyst International seek to be faithful peacemakers in a divided country. The following 11 guidelines describe our commitments and aspirations. May they guide, strengthen and encourage you as well in these tumultuous times. Jesus was the embodiment of peace and peacemaking. Jesus was also a peace disturber at times. When he cleansed […]