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Tihomir Kukolja, born in Slavonska Pozega, Croatia in 1954. Studied, lived and worked in Yugoslavia, Croatia, United Kingdom, Australia and the US. Education in theology, communications, and radio journalism. Worked as a church pastor, media professional, radio producer and presenter, journalist, religious liberty activist, and reconciliation and leadership development activist. Lives in Houston TX, USA. Served as the Executive Director, Forum for Leadership and Reconciliation (Forum), and Director of Renewing Our Minds (ROM) initiative for many years. Founder and Director of Leadership Focus International. Loves photography, blogging and social media.
Overcoming Christian Nationalism
Following Jesus in a Rapidly Changing World
Leading and Believing Beyond 2020
Speaking Truth to Power and Each Other
Have We Forgotten Palestinian Christians?
Face to Face with John Masuku
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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Not many know that while the North of Nigeria is plagued by terrorism, the country’s South is plagued in another way. In Nigeria beautiful, innocent children, as young as two years of age, are abused, tortured, abandoned, mutilated, killed by … Continue reading
Being a follower of Jesus is not like being a fan of Jesus who likes to pick and choose those parts of Jesus’ identity that appeal to him/her the most. Following Jesus means much more than liking Him, or being … Continue reading
Leo van Doesburg, Director for European Affairs and Policy Advising of European Christian and Political Movement (ECPM) talks about ECPM and its views on dignity of human life, family values, gender equality, legalization of same sex marriages, euthanasia, prostitution, human … Continue reading
It was a moving thing to see so many international political dignitaries joining the two million strong crowd that gathered in Paris, France last Saturday to demonstrate their support for free speech, and their strong condemnation of terrorism. If I … Continue reading