Patricia Kisare writes about the ongoing search for stability in Sudan and South Sudan in the latest Mennonite World Review.
Sudan and South Sudan have a long history of mistrust from decades of war, making peace education critical. As we read in Scripture, God wants us to live peacefully with one another. In Romans 12, we are taught to forgive, reconcile and “live peaceably with all.”
In recognition of the need for peace education, Mennonite Central Committee Sudan staff work with local partners to train community members in peacebuilding and conflict resolution. Through the Sudan Council of Churches, MCC supports community peace committees in Opari and nine other communities in Sudan and South Sudan.
Read the entire article here.