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Mega Kamase Sambo beim Eröffnungsgottesdienst des Kirchentags 2017 in Berlin.

A Day to Remember...

Mega Kamase Sambo shares her experiences of her stay in Germany

Die Teilnehmenden des EMS-Symposiums "Mission Moves"

Mission Strategies and Action

What are the "mission" concepts within the EMS Fellowship? Which avenues of mission might best be pursued within the EMS in future? The purpose of the "Mission Moves" symposium in Bad Boll was to reflect on these issues.

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MOON Myungjin

Three questions for...

South Korean MOON Myungjin, who was imprisoned after declaring his conscientious objection in 2010

ÖFP-Freiwillige empfangen Segen für Ausreise

Sent abroad with God's blessing

During the Festival of worldwide Church and Mission, Bishop Frank Otfried July blessed six members of the Ecumenical Youth Volunteers Programme from Baden-Wuerttemberg before they start off on their volunteer service

News, Project of the Month
Kinder an der Arab Episcopal School in Jordanien

"The Jordan culture is not made for blind people"

In June, the project of the month comes from Jordan

GIL Won-Ok spricht bei Kirchentag in Berlin

Former "comfort woman" visits Germany

GIL Won-Ok was only 13 years old when she was kidnapped by the Japanese military and forced into sexual slavery. Today, she is actively engaged in peace work and the rights of victims of sex-related violence



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Three questions for...

Cora-Marlen Jess who did a voluntary service in Japan

Ephraim Kadala spricht auf einer Podiumsdiskussion beim Kirchentag in Berlin.

Kirchentag - A Glimmer of Hope

Education for peace instead of rearmament and arms exports – a panel discussion at the Kirchentag in Berlin dealt with non-violent solutions to conflicts.

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Commitment to peace and reconciliation is an indispensable part of mission

EMS Representatives at the Conference on the Peace Responsibility of Religions in Berlin

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Mütter mit Kindern in Ghana, die an zerebraler Kinderlähmung leiden.

A Day to Remember...

During his trip to Ghana, EMS Africa Liaison Secretary, Riley Edwards-Raudonat, visited a new EMS funded project of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG). It helps mothers of children suffering from cerebral palsy to gain a sustainable livelihood.