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Peacemaking and Discipleship DVD

$15.95

Putting God’s Peace into Practice
By Uniting Church in Australia National Assembly

 

 

100 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: UCP259 Category: Product ID: 24725

Description

What does it mean to put the gospel message of peace into practice?

The DVD has been prepared for use with the study book, which contains a compelling collection of interviews with Uniting Church members around Australia sharing their real-life stories and reflections about putting peace into practice in their lives.

Introduction

Rev. Dr Chris Walker, National Consultant Theology and Discipleship, Uniting Church in Australia National Assembly Introduction 1:52

Rev. Alistair Macrae, President, Uniting Church in Australia
Peacemaking and Christian Discipleship 1:45

Rev. Dr Robert Bos
Director of Pilgrim Learning Community (QLD)
The Dimensions of Christian Peacemaking 2:14

Study 1 –
Peace in the Bible

Rev. Dr Robert Bos, Director of Pilgrim Learning Community (QLD)
Biblical inspiration for working for peace. 2:30

Rev. Ken Sumner, Chairperson of Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress
Peace and reconciliation from an indigenous perspective, in the Bible and in practice. 4:20
Rev. Dr John Hirt, Uniting Church Chaplain, University of Sydney
A scriptural basis to working for peace and its urgency in our world today. 5:25

Study 2 –
Peace with God

Rev. Amelia Koh-Butler, ELM Director (Education for Life and Ministry, Synod of NSW-ACT) – Part 1
A Christian reflection on inner peace.
4:44

Joy Balazo, UnitingWorld Associate Director for Peacemaking Programs (Young Ambassadors for Peace)
God as the source of goodness and peace within each person. 2:50

Justin Whelan, Member of Paddington Uniting Church (NSW), Facilitator for Pace e Bene Australia
The relationship between spirituality and peacemaking. 2:50
Rev. Felicity Amery, Chairperson, Uniting Church in Australia Presbytery of the Hunter (NSW)
Faith as the source of peace, and storytelling as a spiritual practice that brings peace, drawing from examples as a prison chaplain in Darwin. 6:35

Rev. Amelia Koh-Butler, ELM Director (Education for Life and Ministry, Synod of NSW-ACT) – Part 2
Music as a spiritual practice and inspiration for peacemaking on the faith journey. 2:00

Study 3 –
Peace in Relationships

Dr Deidre Palmer, Lecturer in Christian Education, Flinders University School of Theology, Member of Rosefield Uniting Church (SA)
The importance of peace in family relationships and parents as an example in peacemaking. 8:35

Bill White, Member of the Parkes Currajong Uniting Church (NSW)
The Men’s Shed as a contributor to peace in relationships. 4:50
Rev. Ian Stehbens
Founding Director of Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives, Former Principal of Alan Walker College
Story of working with victims and
perpetrators of domestic violence. 4:10

Study 4 –
Peace in Community

Rev. Amelia Koh-Butler, ELM Director (Education for Life and Ministry, Synod of NSW-ACT)
Reflection on engaging in peacemaking in community. 1:30

Rev. Swee-Ann Koh, Minister of St. Andrew’s Uniting Church Fairfield (VIC)
A Uniting Church in Melbourne which has determined that its mission focus is to be a “Peacemaking Church.” 8:20

Rev. Gary Stuckey, Minister of the Stillpoint Faith Community (SA)
A Uniting Church Minister’s journey towards getting involved in peacemaking and story of working with the SA Synod to influence SA’s contribution to the arms trade. 10:00

Rev. Duncan Macleod, Vision for Mission Advocate, UCA Queensland Synod
A story of Christians and Muslims working together locally, creating a more peaceful community. 3:30

Rev. Felicity Amery, Chairperson, Uniting Church in Australia Presbytery of the Hunter (NSW)
Stories of Indigenous peacemakers in the midst of the Northern Territory intervention. 4:30

Study 5 –
Peace in Society

Justin Whelan, Member of Paddington Uniting Church (NSW), Facilitator for Pace e Bene Australia
The Christian motivation to work for peace. 0:50

Rev. Elenie Poulos, National Director UnitingJustice Australia
How UnitingJustice contributes to the Uniting Church’s mission of being a peacemaking church. 2:20
Rev. Alistair Macrae, President, Uniting Church in Australia
Examples of nonviolent action for peace in society. 3:46

Joy Balazo, UnitingWorld
Associate Director for Peacemaking Programs (Young Ambassadors for Peace)
Motivation for and description of working for peace in communities internationally. 4:10

Rev. Ian Stehbens, Founding Director of Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives, Former Principal of Alan Walker
College – Part 1
Description of the Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives training program and its effects in peacemaking in Bougainville. 6:00

Rev. Robert Hincks, Uniting Church Minister at Booragul and Wangi Wangi congregations, Participant in Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives
Story of forgiveness and reconciliation between Australians and Bougainvilleans in 2002. 5:50
Rev. Ian Stehbens, Founding Director of Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives, Former Principal of Alan Walker
College – Part 2
Story of a participant in the Pacific PeaceBuilding Initiatives training program contributing to peace in East Timor. 8:30
Study 6 –
Peace with the Environment

Rev. Elenie Poulos,
National Director UnitingJustice
Australia
The connection between peacemaking and environmental concerns. 2:40

Justin Whelan, Member of Paddington Uniting Church (NSW), Facilitator for Pace e Bene Australia
Environmental activism as a part of peacemaking and Christian discipleship, with an example of personal involvement. 3:50
Rev Andrew Johnson, Uniting Church Minister, Maroubra Junction Uniting Church (NSW)
Story of the Maroubra Junction
Uniting Church as a “Green Church.”
2:50

Rev. Alistair Macrae, President, Uniting Church in Australia
The relationship between Christian peacemaking and environmental concerns. 1:10

 

Additional information

Weight .3 kg
Dimensions 18 × 22.5 × 1 cm

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