What we do
What we do

How we are building capacity for Peace and Reconciliation

In order to bring peace and restoration it is a need to equip local and national players with new capacities. Then they are able to engage with their community in unrest.

TRAIN (Teaching, Restoration, Assistance, Initiative, Networking) not only helps to assist actors for peace and restoration but also to initiate alliances where there is no existing peace initiative. It uses resources from the global network to teach and to establish centers to train them.

Teaching: Shaping a vision and developing teaching programs and tools on Peace and Reconciliation in Evangelical training centers worldwide together with partners of the WEA.

Restoration: in areas of conflict or unrest, by initiating and facilitating initiatives of peace and reconciliation in cooperation with global and/or national and/or local partners of the WEA.

Assistance: for agents all over the world involved in peace and reconciliation activities by sharing available resources and material through various channels.

Initiative: Helping agents involved with Peace and Reconciliation but with little support start their projects by providing advice, resources and materials as needed.

Networking: Promoting Networking with all respected Christian, Evangelical, and interfaith or secular partners or initiatives on peace and reconciliation throughout the world.

WE are a part of WEA

We are a vital part of the WEA movement with global, regional, national, and local alliances of Evangelical believers united in the spirit of loving our neighbors and promoting life-giving transformation towards God's just and peaceful kingdom.

  • Over two billion Christians in the world today are represented by three world church bodies. The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is one of those, serving and representing more than 600 million evangelicals.
  • Launched in London in 1846 to unite evangelicals worldwide, the WEA continues to be a dynamic movement with 9 regional and 140 national Evangelical Alliances and over 150 member organizations.

The WEA holds Special Consultative Status in the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC), which serves as the central forum for discussing international economic and social issues and for formulating policy recommendations addressed to member states and the United Nations system.