U.S. to spend $570 billion on nuclear program

Congressional Budget Office report projects over next decade

United Methodist Church vehemently opposes nuclear weapons in anyone’s hands. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on January 27, 2014

Opposition to Iran nuclear weapon-free act

60+ organizations warn U.S. Senators legislation endangers diplomatic resolution

Letter declares S.1881 sets insurmountable demands for comprehensive nuclear deal. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on January 15, 2014

Nuclear abolition resource for faith communities

Costa Rica president, Basel Peace Office launch resource

U.N. Secretary-General offers support, says religious groups have enormous potential to advance nuclear disarmament worldwide. read more »

October 13, 2013

Speaking the true cost of war

‘Don’t Ever Whisper: Darlene Keju, Pacific Health Pioneer, Champion for Nuclear Survivors’

Biography describes courageous activist who died from radiation poisoning resulting from U.S. nuclear tests in the Marshall Islands. read more »

by The Rev. David Williams
on September 19, 2013

1,000 peace cranes take flight

Origami birds make witness for peace, reconciliation

In United Methodist Building foyer through International Day of Peace. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on August 12, 2013

Nuclear weapons protesters jailed

Demonstrators decry detention of Oak Ridge trio

Nuclear facility mission changed, funding increased despite mismanagement. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on June 21, 2013

New items on Obama ‘nuclear to-do list’

Foremost reduce number of costly U.S. weapons

Center for Arms Control & Nuclear Non-Proliferation says it’s time to make decisions based on modern realities. read more »

June 21, 2013

DPRK nuclear test adds to dangerous tensions

U.S. ‘strategic patience’ approach to North Korea called grave failure

Peace possible, but through diplomacy, not still more threats and sanctions, says Working Group for Peace & Demilitarization in Asia & the Pacific read more »

February 28, 2013

Nuclear sanity slowly dawning

Proposals could pave way for deep cuts in U.S. arsenal

Cold War mentality unable to accept realities of 21st century warfare, despite the fact that maintenance of 1,550 nuclear weapons in perpetuity doesn’t make fiscal or strategic sense. read more »

by John Isaacs
on February 28, 2012

Young theologians gather in Nairobi

On December 4-9, 2011 over sixty young theologians from across Africa gathered for the third All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) Theological Institute.  They were joined by representatives from Sweden and the Philippines as well as facilitators and lecturers from the General Board of Church and Society in Washington DC,... read more »

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