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Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA is looking for a researcher and content writer to help build the resources section of a campaign to challenge Christian nationalism – what it is, who it applies to, who is working on countering, and how people
For over 40 years Don Mosley — who served as FOR-USA’s national chairman in the 1980s — has been a close friend and colleague of President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady, Rosalynn. In early December 2022, knowing that President Carter’s health was
Representing over 1200 US faith communities, sponsors of the Christmas Truce in Ukraine petition respond FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ariel Gold | firstname.lastname@example.org | 510-599-5330 Bill McGarvey | email@example.com | 201-725-4202 On the eve of the Orthodox celebration of Christmas
From Ukraine to Uvalde, the crises of militarism, materialism and racism today Exactly one year before he was murdered, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave an historic sermon at New York’s Riverside Church on the profound connection between US
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ariel Gold | FOR-USA executive director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 510 599 5330 Sunday, November 20, 2022 – In the wake of a mass shooting at the Club Q nightclub in Colorado, the oldest interfaith peace and
The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR-USA) is part of a global network of 50 branches, groups, and affiliates, with a national base of more than 80 chapters, faith allies, and grassroots affiliates. s an interfaith organization, FOR-USA’s mission is to organize,
Eric Corson spent four decades as executive director of Prisoner Visitation and Support from 1977 to 2017. In this new book, “Reaching Beyond Prison Walls,” edited by Corson, interviews with and writings from
By Matthew Arlyck As we in this part of the world are entering the spring season, it seems like a good time to consider the cycles in our ongoing struggle to become Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s beloved community.
Awarded to divinity students or emerging leaders focused on nonviolence or whose work creates change and challenges power, the Walter Wink and June Keener Wink Fellowship honors the life and legacy of FOR member Walter Wink (1935-2012) and the ongoing
“Life Is Saved By The Singing of Angels” by Howard Thurman There must always remain in every person’s lifeSome place for the singing of angels,Some place for that which in itself is breathlessly beautiful and,By an inherent prerogative,Throws all the