Victim Offender Conferencing was published as KAP’s 5th book of the Justice and Peace-building Series.
After its recent rest, Kingdom Builders is starting again. Continue reading
On June 1st, Jesus Village Church and Jesus Heart Church delivered donations for Nepal relief to Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Northeast Asia Branch through KAC.
More Information at: http://mcccanada.ca/learn/what/relief/nepal-earthquake
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Since last January Lorraine has started special lectures for Chuncheon and Gangwon area about restorative justice mindset called Gangwon Restorative Practice Exercise meetings or (GORJ). Continue reading
Last April to May, every Wednesday afternoon RUN!RUN! Program was hosted at KAC. Continue reading
KAC’s sister organization NARPI (Northeast Asia Peacebuilding Institution) introduces programs conducted at its training center.
May 15th 2015 is International Conscientious Objectors’ Day. Last year, the UN Human Rights Mission cited a report by South Korea Amnesty International stating that 92.5 % of the world’s conscientious objectors are in Korea. The number of world’s prisoners for conscientious objection is 723 people, 669 of those prisoners being in Korea alone. This is truly an exorbitant work. For a short period of time Protestantism didn’t form any growth. “God calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves, while loving our enemies”.
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Already six months time has passes since KAC moved to a new space last year. In this time Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) has been able to establish their office and this plan space has become well decorated and organized. Chuncheon’s Jesus Village Church and Jesus Heart Church begin KAF connection church and fellowship, while KAC is moving forward with new works.