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    A Webinar on ‘Effective Risk Management for local churches during COVID-19’

    26 July 2020, 6:30pm- 8:00pm;   Since the beginning of corona virus, thousands of local churches had to stop Sunday worship services, without knowing when they could reopen again. As the countrywide lock down and other restrictions are lifted, few local churches started opening their weekly services, but cautiously. As the COVID-19 positive cases are still increasing, the air is filled with uncertainty and confusion. Corona virus is not only killing people, it’s crushing family incomes and pushing them into an ever-ending debt trap. The future is looking bleak for many countries, with weakened capacities to face any eventuality. There is no light at the end of the tunnel, with people not…

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    God & Migrants Webinar: Summary Note

      Dear Friends,     Thank you for your participation in ‘God & Migrants’ webinar on 14 June, 2020. We appreciate your passion for God’s work, especially on caring for suffering migrants. I am attaching summary notes from the webinar which we hope will be useful to you. You can pass on the same to your friends and church members who are interested in this issue.     As many of you have already been responding to the issue of migrants, we hope this webinar inspired you to understand perspectives of other like minded people and connect with them.     If you have any suggestions, or interested to associate…

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    Reflections on World Refugee Day 2020

    – Salathiel Nalli I am writing these few lines in the comfort of my home, but around 80 million people around the world have been forced to flee their homes as on today. Among them, there are 26 million refugees (forced to flee their country because of persecution, war or violence) (Source: https://www.unhcr.org/en-in/figures-at-a-glance.html)   The United Nations declared June 20 as ‘World Refugee Day’ to build empathy and understanding for the plight of refugees, and to recognize their resilience in rebuilding their lives.   During this period of COVID-19 Pandemic, many people are going through a difficult phase of their life. Refugees, who are already struggling with many issues, are suffering…