Posts Tagged: undp

Peter Tibi visits New York

On Saturday afternoon (October 22), after a walk through Central Park, the Rev. Peter Tibi took a nap. He was entitled. Peter, from the world’s newest country – South Sudan, participated in the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s International Peacemakers Program. He made visits to South Carolina, Iowa, Georgia, Colorado, and Tennessee before coming to New York…. Read more »

Build bridges, not walls

“God makes us new so we can build bridges, not walls.” As a citizen of South Sudan, the newest member of the United Nations, the Rev. Peter Tibi has reflected a great deal on what “new” means. Peter has also pondered newness as a follower of Jesus Christ. Drawing on 2 Corinthians 5:16-20, Peter noted… Read more »