International Ministries

Global Peacemakers Mentoring Project

This project seeks to raise $11,000 a year for five years (2014 to 2019) to provide training materials, travel and stipends for emerging peacemaking leaders to train alongside Dan Buttry or to conduct their own peacemaking workshops.

Goal: $11,000 per year

About This Mission Project

Boaz Keibarak is a young Kenyan Baptist peacemaker who mediates and trains others to mediate inter-tribal conflicts. He has developed his skills by training with Dan Buttry, but he has had to sell his goats to fund his own peace work. This project will also support his work in Kenya and in neighboring countries.

Young peacemakers will accompany IM Global Consultant for Peace and Justice Dan Buttry to expand their skills and experience internationally so they can lead their own conflict transformation trainings. These workshops are intense, life-changing events that give people the vision and tools to act positively in conflict situations.

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to raise $11,000 a year for five years (2014 to 2019) to provide training materials, travel and stipends for emerging peacemaking leaders to train alongside Dan Buttry or to conduct their own peacemaking workshops. The purpose of the project is to strengthen the skills of young peace leaders and give them international exposure and experience.

This project will be managed by Dan Buttry, IM global consultant for Peace and Justice. It is anticipated that this project will strengthen the capacity of churches in conflicted countries to make an impact for peace and reconciliation in the name of Christ.

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Lance Muteyo (left) and Global Consultant Dan Buttry enjoy a lighthearted moment during a break at the conflict transformation training program they co-facilitated for the Baptists in Zambia. Lance is a Baptist peacemaker from Zimbabwe whom Dan is mentoring and who has now conducted trainings in Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.