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Exposure Phase

  • Empathy

    A guest post by David Hasegawa who participated in our most recent Immigrants’ Journey Learning Lab… As I stood...

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  • Wall of Tears

    A beautiful reflection on her time with us on the border by Immigrants’ Journey Learning Lab participant, Kristen Kludt,...

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  • Better to Receive

    Our dear friend Kate Hurley (singer, songwriter, and author of Cupid is a Procrastinator: Making Sense of the Unexpected...

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  • The Do-Nothing Mission Trip

    A guest post from Morgan Schmidt – the amazing youth leader on our most recent “Immigrant’s Journey” Learning Lab...

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  • Not Just Numbers

    Oh man. I’ve been looking for an adjective to describe our mission trip, and I honestly don’t think there…

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  • Current Learning Community to Israel/Palestine

    After two months of study, teaching and dialog around our TGIP framework for everyday peacemaking, and its intersection with...

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  • Is Peace Even Possible?

    In a world saturated with stories of violence that inspire hopelessness, we choose to narrate grass-root stories of hope…

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  • Exposure Phase: Enter the Conflict

    Here is a brief description of our Exposure Phase and why is it essential in the way we cultivate…

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  • Day 7: House of Hope

    After several days of immersion into diverse Israeli & Palestinian narratives, our Learning Community was invited by our friends...

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  • Breakfast in Bethlehem

    Two driving values inform The Global Immersion Project’s Exposure Phase: (1) to create space for the spontaneous to occur...

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