Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Teens tackle the tough topic of conflict resolution
“Teenagers promote dialogue on peace and conflict in KidSpirit magazine” kidspiritonline.com March 8, 2011
In response to the tumultuous political struggles unfolding around the globe, KidSpirit Online, the award-winning online magazine and forum for teenagers, launched its spring issue [March 7] on the topic of Conflict and Peacemakers. Chosen and edited by an all-youth Editorial Board, this issue promotes constructive dialogue on the theme in a rich array of contexts.
Feature articles that will be published during the quarterly issue range from an insider exploration of cyberbullying to pieces with a specific international focus. One teen writer interviews participants of two programs designed to powerfully connect youth on opposing sides of entrenched global conflicts. Another article delves into a young writer’s hopes for peace in her country.
Heidemarie Peschke, Ann Hightower, Rod Savoye, Paulette Watkins, Meg Cowan
Maike Byrd, Staff Editor
Women in Canada join in celebration of world day of prayer
Ways to give, despite the economy
To express eternal Life
My search for harmony
Feeling rejected? God has a plan for you
By Walter Rodgers
Offer your talent to the world
By Annette Kreutziger-Herr
Sigh for compassion
By Margaret Rogers
By Kathleen Collins
Love for my neighbors
One day with the Lord (Got a minute?)
Getting it all done
By Annie Balang
By Vivian Lindawan
No back seats
By Chris Shoaf
Back pain healed
Fears during pregnancy overcome
Son healed of appendicitis
Rosemary C. da Gama Vaiano , Paulo da Gama Vaiano
The simple side of loving your neighbor