Blog

During COP 21 meetings in Paris, Former LWF Climate Justice Advocacy Officer, Martin Kopp, discusses key issues of climate justice with faith leaders and ecumenical partners. Photo: LWF
18 Apr
The green gavel and the pens
By Martin Kopp
18 Apr
Paris climate agreement is on its way to ratification  
LWF COP 21 delegate, Thamesha Watson of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Guyana, says the impact of climate change on Latin America and the Caribbean would be devastating.
22 Dec
"Slaughter" for the Caribbean if climate change hits 2degC
By Thamesha Watson
22 Dec
A temperature rise would be devastating for the Caribbean
Pascal Kama, délégué de la Fédération luthérienne mondiale (FLM) à la conférence COP 21 à Paris, insiste sur la nécessité d’agir ensemble pour sauvegarder notre planète.
1 Dec
«Nous savons d’où nous venons mais nous ne savons pas où nous allons»
By Pascal Kama
1 Dec
L'intersection entre la justice climatique et la foi
Christine Shander, front, and fellow young reformers. Of Workshop Wittenberg, she says: We have gone from being strangers to sharing our personal faith journeys. Photo: GYRN
3 Sep
Celebrating, learning and sharing as a church of possibility
By Christine Shander
3 Sep
Workshop Wittenberg: "We have gone from being strangers to sharing our personal faith journeys"
Sharing experiences and learning from fellow young reformers: Nickson Ibrahim at the workshop in Wittenberg, Germany. Photo: LWF/Johanan C. Valeriano
3 Sep
Reforming young Lutherans for advocacy and ecumenism in a changing world
By Nickson Makama ...
3 Sep
A wonderful communion of Lutheran youth has gathered in Wittenberg to share experiences
German young reformers Kira Schall, of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany, and Paula Göhre, of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria, say the biggest challenge following Workshop Wittenberg will be how participants make their ideas come to life. Photo: LWF/Johanan Celine Valeriano
2 Sep
Freed by God’s love to stand up and change the world
By Paula Göhre, Ki...
2 Sep
Workshop Wittenberg has sharpened the perspective on Lutheran identity of two young reformers
Joshua Situmorang asks how young people can responsibly use social media now and into the future. Photo: LWF/S. Lawrence
17 Jul
Can information technology help the young people of tomorrow be examples of “good works”?
By Josua Situmorang
17 Jul
How do young people make themselves "agents of good works" in the age of social media influence?
Global Young Reformers Network members plant a tree during an exposure visit to Majengo Parish in Moshi, Tanzania. From left: Sam Ofonime (Nigeria), Rev. Helvi Muremi (Namibia), Anderson Cooper (Liberia) and Sikhanyiso Mhaka (Zimbabwe). Photo LWF/Allison Westerhoff
24 May
Growing church encourages stewardship among newly confirmed youth
By Allison Westerhoff
24 May
Young people at the Marangu leadership convention are learning that the environment is precious and needs to be respected