Website of the 4th Global Summit or Ministries and Departments of Peace www.gasummit.org

We are very excited to announce the launch of our new interactive Summit website! www.gasummit.org. Once there, you can scroll through articles, blog posts, photos, videos and our interactive global map of existing Ministry and Department of Peace campaigns throughout the world. Additionally, people can connect and share ideas with one another through the forum, live chat and twitter features. The site also has live-streaming capabilities, so be sure to check out the schedule to find out which events, workshops, and ceremonies will be broadcast live throughout the course of the Summit.

Website Features:


• Live-streaming
• Live-chat
• Forums
• Articles
• Blog posts
• Photos
• Videos
• Interactive global map of country campaigns
• Twitter

All you have to do is register on the website: www.gasummit.org. The site is fully functional now, and the live streaming of specific events will begin on September 17th and run through the 21st. We envision that this website will not only serve to highlight this year’s summit, but will act as a connection point for the worldwide movement for Ministries and Departments of Peace. Please register and send news of the site to your networks so we can spread the word about the Summit and allow others to join us virtually in our inspiring work.

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Comment by NTOBO VALENTINE on October 7, 2009 at 3:03pm
i will need to add myself now
Comment by Corina Simon on September 11, 2009 at 8:16pm
Honourable Pastor Samuel ... please log into www.gasummit.org and witness the Summit with live presentation.

We look forward to hear your comments and thoughts.

Best wishes,

Corina
Comment by Corina Simon on September 11, 2009 at 8:15pm
Please go to the website address www.gasummit.org and subscribe as a member. You will be able to post comments and discuss in the forums. Good luck and we look forward to your questions and contributions.

Sincerely, Corina
Comment by Andrew Benson Greene on September 8, 2009 at 7:48pm
Thanks Corina, for the conference updates. It is interesting to me and will like to give it a try. any advise on how to proceed. best wishes, andrew
Comment by Pastor Samuel Muderhwa M on September 8, 2009 at 7:32pm
Dear Carina Simon

Thanks for the good work and I’m interest with the program and willing to join

God bless you

Pastor Samuel
Comment by Khalid on September 7, 2009 at 9:11pm
Merci pour la creation d'un tel forum. On souhaite en bien profiter. Khalid
Comment by Corina Simon on September 7, 2009 at 5:53pm
Martine, do you know Spanish? I can send you a brief text that includes additional functions of the Ministry. I shall do my best to post these in here and on the websites in English once we have them translated. Traveling your way ... I don't have anything at this date ... yet, who knows ... I will let you know in case. Corina
Comment by Martine K. Miller on September 7, 2009 at 5:12pm
Hello Corina! Wonderful to hear from you and of the great work in Costa Rica. I'm curious, how's the Ministry funded? I'd be very interested in learning more about the design, etc. Any documents you can share? All remains well in my little corner of the world. Coming for a visit any time soon? As ever, Martine
Comment by Corina Simon on September 7, 2009 at 5:07pm
Hey Martine, yes doing very well. I am very thankful for wonderful colleagues in Costa Rica and all over the world for pulling this off together! Costa Rica has now a Ministry for Peace and Justice ... there is just left a signature from the President Oscar Arias and it is official. This is due to many, many people in Costa Rica and to the Academy for Peace Costa Rica who are hosts for the Summit. I hope Thailand is not too humid for you and you are also well. Corina
Comment by Martine K. Miller on September 7, 2009 at 4:59pm
Congratulations, Corina! I'll be there! Hope you're doing well! As ever, Martine

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