Bush has been re-elected, the war in Iraq rages on, and militarism seems the order of the day. What's next for those committed to the way of peace?
For peacemaking to be effective, we must not only say no to war, but provide viable alternatives.
For 40 years, The Other Side offered a vision of 'justice rooted in discipleship.'
A historic reform movement is taking shape in the Muslim world.
Book Review: American Dream: Three Women, Ten Kids, and a Nation's Drive to End Welfare (Viking: 2004).
Book Review: Dorothy Day: Portaits by Those Who Knew Her (Orbis Books: 2003).
The largest gathering of American Indians in U.S. history came together in Washington, D.C., in September for the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Christian Peacemaker Teams members Kim Lamberty and Chris Brown were attacked Sept. 29 by five Israeli settlers while accompanying Palestinian school children south of Hebron.
The U.S. Congress appropriated $18.4 billion dollars in 2003 for relief, construction, and rebuilding of Iraqs infrastructure.
In this issue Rich Preheim profiles Christian Peacemaker Teams and the organization's recently retired first director, Gene Stoltzfus.
U.S. Border Patrol agents recovered a life-size statue of the crucified Christ, without his cross, washed up on a sandbar in the Rio Grande.
Catholic Kenyan environmental activist Wangari Maathai won the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize—a first for an African woman and a first for environmentalism