Tuesday, May 10, 2005


Part of the site of the Olympic Games in 2004 is being transformed this week into a global meeting point for Christians from 105 countries. The Agios Andreas Recreational Centre in Attiki, near Athens, formed the hub of media operations for the Games. It is now mainly used by officers of the Greek army. For seven days, however, the military is taking a back seat to a historic meeting about the future of Christian mission – one focusing on the healing, reconciling and peacemaking vocation of the churches. (Full story here).

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