Bosnia’s Youth Build Peace and Accept Differences

By Bryan Carey In mid-December, an NGO in Bosnia and Herzegovina that we partner with called Small Steps hosted over 100 youth from around the country for a celebration concluding a 2-year program, “Encouraging Children to Accept Differences.” Over these last two years, the kids have gotten to know each other while participating in nonviolent communication […]

There’s Enough Hostility in the World. Make Peace Instead.

You don’t have to live with the violence and hatred in the headlines. You can #MakePeaceInstead.   While the rest of the world is reading news about the one million people in government-run concentration camps in China, through Peace Catalyst you’re helping to write a different story. “Your names will be famous among the Uyghur people […]

A Conversation About Jesus at the Islamic Center of Reseda

by Kevin Grable So, what do Muslims believe about Jesus? That was one question on the minds of representatives of the Valley Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Reseda, CA, on a recent evening at a local mosque. As part of our ongoing relationship, the Islamic Center of Reseda invited the Valley Vineyard to share a common […]

Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting

On Saturday a gunman with anti-Semitic views opened fire at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 and wounding 4. In disturbing irony, this happened on the very same day the world observes International Religious Freedom Day. Today we stand in solidarity with this community and mourn their losses with them. We reject […]

The Uyghurs of China

by David Vidmar If you’ve kept up with recent world news, you may have heard what’s happening to the Uyghur people in China. Most ethnic Uyghurs identify as Muslim, and over one million of them are currently detained in Chinese prison camps just north of Tibet with the stated purpose of “preventing terrorism.” These prison camps resemble […]