Credits and Corrections

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In the last issue of Signs of the Times (vol. XXI, no. 4):

• we incorrectly attributed the article “DRAWING OUR LIVES” (page 3) to Steering Committee member Brian Young.  The author was actually Beth Pyles, Reservist with CPT’s Iraq team.  
• the majority of photos from CPT’s 25th Anniversary Peacemaker Congress that appeared in the last issue were taken by CPT supporter Dale Fast and Outreach Coordinator Tim Nafziger.

 

Signs of the Times is produced up to four times a year.  Batches of 10 or more are available to institutions, congregations, and local groups for distribution.  Any part of Signs of the Times may be used without permission.  Please send CPT a copy of the reprint.  Your contributions finance CPT ministries including the distribution of 17,000 copies of Signs of the Times.  The work of CPT is guided by a 14-member Steering Committee.  CPT’s Peacemaker Corps includes 40 stipended workers and 150 Reservists from five Canadian provinces, four Colombian departments, Czech Republic, Egypt, England, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Palestine, Philippines, Scotland, Sweden, Taiwan, Wales and 30 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia.

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