A Day to Remember

News, A Day to Remember
13.11.17
Blick vom Schuf-Gebirge im Libanon

Sent by an Angel?

During his visit at the Johann Ludwig Schneller School in Lebanon, Uwe Gräbe had a wondrous encounter. In a village not far from the school somebody waited for him

News, A Day to Remember
19.06.17
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

News, A Day to Remember
15.05.17
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.

 

 

News, A Day to Remember
16.04.17
Ein Banner mit dem Zitat einer koreanischen Mutter, die ihr Kind bei der Sewol-Katastrophe verlor.

A Day to Remember...

For the people in Korea this year’s Easter feast is not only a day to celebrate, but also a day of grief – three years ago 304 people died when the Sewol ferry sank. EMS Ecumenical Co-worker, Karina Schumacher, reports from South Korea

News, A Day to Remember
20.03.17
Die Süd-Süd-Freiwillige Yessica Fridolia in einer Traube von Kindern.

A Day to Remember...

Yessica Fridolia from the Protestant Church in South-East Sulawesi, Indonesia takes part in the South-South exchange of EMS. The young woman supports the children's ward of the Agogo Presbyterian Hospital in Ghana for six months. Her third report is all about saying ‘Goodbye’

News, A Day to Remember
20.02.17
Marco mit seinem Freund im Elim Home/Südafrika

A Day to Remember...

Visiting Elim Home Christine Grötzinger, Head of Project Funding at EMS, made an unexpected discovery: The home of the Moravian Church of South Africa (MCSA) not only houses disabled children but also adults

News, A Day to Remember
16.01.17
Diskussionen bei einer Konferenz in Beirut.

A Day to Remember...

In Beirut, religious and political scientist, Katja Dorothea Buck, who is also the editor of the Schneller Magazine witnessed in a conference an emotional debate between delegates of the Middle East and the West – showing Ecumenism torn between helplessness and frustration.

News, A Day to Remember
19.12.16
Yessica Fridolia (Mitte) im Agogo Presbyterian Hospital.

A Day to Remember...

Yessica Fridolia from Indonesia takes part in the South-South exchange of EMS. The young woman supports the children's ward of the Agogo Presbyterian Hospital in Ghana for six months. In her second report she writes about the food in the hospital

News, A Day to Remember
21.11.16
Gabriele Mayer und Putri Sari

A Day to Remember…

On a trip to Indonesia, Gabriele Mayer, Head of Corporate Unit Gender at EMS, meets Indonesia student Putri Sari. This encounter made a lasting impression

News, A Day to Remember
17.10.16
Die Kinder im Agogo Presbyterian Hospital. (Foto: EMS/Fridolia)

A Day to Remember...

Yessica Fridolia from Indonesia takes part in the South-South exchange. The young woman will support the children's ward of the Agogo Presbyterian Hospital in Ghana for six months and is already grateful about this decision