Interfaith Youth; Lessons on Peace and Environmental Conservatism

“Being in inter-faith has moulded me to respect all religions. To choose one faith, and hate none and to help the community to clear out the myths and misunderstanding of religion in the society through Building Interfaith Bridges.” – Cherry Odour, Mombasa Interfaith Youth Interfaith Youth in Kenya have continually chosen to change the narrative… Continue reading Interfaith Youth; Lessons on Peace and Environmental Conservatism

Cycle Baba; Wheels for Green, World Bicycle Traveler

Cycle Baba {Picture Courtsey} COP26 was the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference that brought together over 200 world leaders to review their steps towards keeping the targeted 1.5oC within reach. For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing together all parties to the Paris Agreement for the global climate summit known as the… Continue reading Cycle Baba; Wheels for Green, World Bicycle Traveler

Religious Leaders Call for the amplification of Marginalized Voices in the Communities

“Our goal of poverty eradication and of inclusive growth that embraces the disadvantaged and marginalized sections of society can be achieved when our actions are guided by a social conscience and are not devoid of sensitivity.” Pratibha Patil Press Briefing by the Marginalised Groups in Mombasa County Despite the promulgation of the new constitution laws… Continue reading Religious Leaders Call for the amplification of Marginalized Voices in the Communities

Interfaith Leaders on Hate Speech on Pulpits and Peace Messages – Sujata Kotamraju

We urge all of us to remain in peace and cohesion in Kenya, we have been dividing ourselves along political lines which in many occasions take tribal angles and political hating temperatures. It is our humble prayer that we are not going to allow ourselves to be divided by political rhetoric’s that send us to our tribal cocoons for we cannot thrive alone as tribes or communities or families or individuals. We can only thrive when we do work together, encourage one another, fellowship and worship together and become one nation of Kenya. God Bless Kenya as we stay united and peaceful as one nation. – Sujata Kotamraju

Interfaith Leaders on Hate Speech on Pulpits and Peace Messages – Bishop Dr. John Warari

How Good and Pleasant It Is When Brothers Dwell In UnityThe feelings of exclusion, unresolved historical injustices, toxic politics, and rampant politically-driven ethnic division is on the rise. Religious Leaders continue to strongly advocate for a National Dialogue Process that will provide Kenyans with a platform to express themselves and build consensus on how to move forward together. It is our humble prayer that we are not going to allow ourselves be divided by political rhetoric’s that send us to our tribal cocoons for we cannot thrive alone as tribes or individuals or communities or families. God Bless Kenya as we stay united and peaceful as one nation. - Bishop Dr. John Warari