Tag Archives: Empathy

The Way to Reconciliation Leads Through Empathy

Photo: ROM – Renewing Our Minds group prays in Vukovar, Croatia. Picture taken in 2006. “A new report argues that using the word ‘reconciliation’ does not help families of Kosovo Albanian and Serb war victims to deal with the past … Continue reading

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Have a Merry Belated Christmas!

The first thing I noticed as I entered the Refugee Camp in Slavonski Brod, Croatia less than three weeks ago was a big Christmas tree shining in the middle of the camp. It looked as a sign of hope in … Continue reading

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Meeting Jesus on the Refugee Trail

First publish by Sojourners, Sept 30, 2015 The moment our RCRR (ROM Community Refugee Response) international team moved to the Hungarian and Croatian borders in Serbia, we were under attack from Christians who did not approve of our action. They … Continue reading

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Serving God’s Purpose in Our Generation

“I tell you the truth, whatever you did for the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:4. I love the slogan “Serving God’s purpose in our Generation”, but what are its real implications? Competing offers … Continue reading

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