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Posted by: LWI on Wednesday, May 04, 2011 | Read 2621 times
Symposium Participants Say Work Has not Always Promoted Human Dignity
GENEVA, 4 May 2011 (LWI) - The Protestant Reformer Martin Luther developed a new understanding of the meaning of work but churches have had a mixed record in dealing with labor movements, a symposium of The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) held in Geneva heard.
Luther, said Rev. Dr Martin Robra, a German theologian, questioned the value given to contemplative monastic life in the church of his era and instead underlined the importance of manual labor for the community.
Posted by: lillibeth on Thursday, April 03, 2008 | Read 2902 times
The Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music (AILM), a center for training of church musicians based in Quezon City, Philippines, has launched a new program designed for those who need to enhance their leadership skills in church music but could only spend a few months away from their home countries.
Posted by: RogerSchmidt on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 | Read 1398 times
Meaningful youth participation requires training. Therefore, starting in 2008, the LWF is going to provide training in youth participation for young leaders. The first regional meeting is going to take place in Bangkok, Thailand, 13-19 March 2008. Applications are invited now.
Posted by: LWF-Asia on Tuesday, October 16, 2007 | Read 1569 times
World AIDS day is celebrated every year on 1 December. The focus overall theme of World AIDS Day 2007 (and 2008) is on leadership, under the slogan, continues to be "Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise."" which is the world-wide campaign until 2010 For 2007 the focus is on leadership. under the slogan "Take the Lead. Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise."
Posted by: Timothy_Melvyn on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 | Read 1964 times
Being an Indian and having been acclimatized to various religions, traditions, cultures, ethnicity, dress codes, etc, my brief stay in Israel and Palestine had helped to further deepen my conviction on the need of the “Other”.
The majority of the religious communities, through the centuries, have pursued a theology of altercation. People believed that one’s own identity depended on their apparent dissimilarity – I know who I am because I know what I am opposed to. I am a Christian because I certainly am not a Hindu or a Muslim or a Jew or a person of other faith and the same stands for a Hindu, a Muslim, a Jew and a person of other faith as well. People have made use of other religions to justify their own religion.
Posted by: Elizabeth_Lobulu on Sunday, September 03, 2006 | Read 1834 times
A FIVE-DAY Consultation on Poverty and Mission of the Church organized by the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation (LWF) will be held at New Safari Hotel in Arusha from September 4th.
More than 80 participants will attend the consultation coordinated by the LWF Department for Mission and Development (LWF/DMD) and according to an Aide Memoire circulated to participants by the DMD Area Secretary for Africa, Rev. Dr. Musa P. Filibus, participants will include representatives of 30 LWF member churches from Africa. Others would come from Northern partners and a team of theologians from various LWF constituencies.
Posted by: LWF-Asia on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 | Read 1594 times
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