25 Days of Peace: December 7

As part of our new Gift Catalog, we created this activity guide to help you practice peace in small ways during the holiday season.

Today, we'll begin planning one of the most effective tools for waging peace we know of...

Day 7: Peace Feast, Part One

Begin planning your very own Peace Feast!

Throughout history, one of the strongest signs of peace has been sharing a meal with someone. A little less than two weeks from now, on day 19, you’ll hold your very own Peace Feast. (Feel free to choose another day that works better for you.)

Today, make a list of people you’d like to join you to celebrate a Peace Feast. It can be anyone: friends, family, neighbors you haven’t met yet. Make your guest list, send out the invites, and stay tuned for more Peace Feast activities in a few days!

For the next step in your Peace Feast, see day 16.

Come back tomorrow for day 8! You can also view the full 25 Days of Peace activity guide here.

And be sure to share your peacemaking journey with us, using the hashtag #25DaysOfPeace. 


Decorate Your Peace Feast With Refugee-Made Candles!



About Ben Irwin

Husband, father, storyteller, children's book author, occasional marathon runner, and director of communications and PR for Preemptive Love Coalition

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25 Days of Peace: December 7
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