Global Peacemaking

Uniting divided nations and peoples through multi-cultural, interreligious action that builds relationships and dismantles extremist narratives. 

The Global Peacemaking program works to heal the rifts that separate humanity across race, ethnicity, religion and international borders. Convening diverse groups at the intersection of faith and reconciliation, we are breaking barriers, shattering stereotypes and cultivating cooperation where traditional diplomacy has been frozen. More

Tue, 15 Oct 2019
blogOur Global Melting Pot

On the international day that commemorates girls, Intersections gathered together an intimate group of stakeholders to hear about the work of two global humanitarians transforming the lives of those in their communities. Rev. Derrick Jones, Supervisor for the Reformed Church in America (RCA) Mission in Africa and Oman was incredibly... more...

Thu, 3 Oct 2019
blogOctober 3rd and the Power of Telling Stories...

I had the honor and privilege of serving as a missionary and social action worker for the Reformed Church in America (RCA) in partnership with the Waldensian and Methodist Church in Naples and Sicily, Italy from 2014 to 2018. A year later, I still look back at that period of time with widespread wonder, righteous anger and intense love,... more...

Fri, 10 May 2019
blog‘Once in a Refugee Camp’: The Pain,...

In 1993 fighting erupted within the small South Sudanese town of Yei (pronounced “Yay”). Machine guns mounted atop land cruisers and AK-47s shouldered by men wearing fatigues launched shells of ammunition into the air. Mothers and grandmothers hurried out of gunfire with babies tied to their backs and cooking pans seated on... more...

Fri, 22 Mar 2019
blogNew Zealand holds a National Day of Mourning

As New Zealand holds a National Day of Mourning commemorating the lives lost and supporting those wounded in the recent horrific mosque attacks in that country, Intersections  International stands in solidarity with our global neighbor and asks as many as are able, to submit your notes of condolences to the New Zealand Permanent... more...