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Current Semester's Peace Forum Sessions

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Spring 2014 Peace Forum Sessions:

Jenn Quijano


Jan. 30- Learning Tour of Nepal- Jenn Quijano

view webcast recording (58:20)



Peggy Faw Gish


Feb. 6-  Walking Through Fire: Iraqi's Struggle for Justice and Reconciliation- Peggy Faw Gish

view webcast recording (52:01)



Shayne Petty


Feb. 13- Evangelical Perspectives on Peace- Shayne Petty

view webcast recording (49:31)



Beena Sebastian


Feb. 20- Cultural Academy for Peace in India- Beena Sebastian

view webcast recording (55:18)



Steve Olshewsky


Feb. 27- How you can Abolish the Death Penalty?- Steve Olshewsky

view webcast recording (49:13)



Audrey Hollenberg-Duffey


Mar. 6- Girls Inc.- Beth Harrick and Audrey Hollenberg-Duffey

view webcast recording (46:34)



Dwight Wilson


Mar. 13- Human Rights and Mass Incarceration- Dwight Wilson

view webcast recording (51:50)



Samuel Sarpiya


Mar. 27- Non-violence and Social Justice in Rockford, IL- Samuel Sarpiya

view webcast recording (43:23)



Josh Brown


Apr. 3- Becoming an Open and Affirming Congregation- Josh Brown

view webcast recording (41:32)



Jim Grossnickle-Batterton


Apr. 10- Catholic Worker Movement- Jim Grossnickle-Batterton

view webcast recording (49:30)




For further information, please contact:

Enten EllerEnten Eller, Director of Electronic Communication and Educational Technology         765-983-1831


Nan Erbaugh
Emphasis in Peace Studies '08

NanBethany taught me so much. I didn't realize what a loner I had really been all my life until I opened myself to life within the Bethany community. I felt stretched, pushed, and affirmed in amazing, helpful ways. The importance of a close, supportive community cannot be overestimated, especially in light of the challenges faced living out the peace witness to which I feel called. At Bethany, I gained more courage to step into this crucial niche of the Church of the Brethren. Add the grounded, spiritual theological foundation and academic depth I gained through course work, and I feel transformed in a powerful, positive way to serve God.