Ecumenical movement needs to rethink communications say Christian communicators
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Ecumenical movement needs to rethink communications say Christian communicators

Press release

The world of communication has changed so radically in the past twenty years that it is time for churches to rethink how they communicate concerns about injustice and conflict, says a group of Christian communicators gathered in Busan, South Korea, site of the upcoming 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC). The group of journalists and communication advocates met this week to draft a statement on the theme of the Assembly, God of Life, lead us to justice and peace.  The Assembly is set for 30 October-8 November 2013. Read more…
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