Simone Dollinger and Angel Román met in Costa Rica. Now the Swiss and the Guatemalan are returning with their daughter to the place where they first met. For Mission 21, they are taking on tasks in the field of theological education in Latin America.
We understand each other better when we search together for what is sacred to us. This is what a well-attended Mission 21 event undertook with an interreligious reading on Mary/Maryam in the Bible and Koran.
Daniel Gloor actually works as a lecturer at Sabah Theological Seminary (STS), a partner of Mission 21, in Malaysia. At the moment, however, he is staying in Amman, the capital of Jordan. Why? He is there on a sabbatical for five months. In his new newsletter, Daniel Gloor gives an interesting insight into the multifaceted capital and personal hurdle races: At the entrance examination for a...