Item description for The Journey Toward Reconciliation by John Paul Lederach & Harold H. Saunders...
Overview 1. The Journey Toward The Face Of God 2. My Only Child 3. The Colonel 4. The Meeting Place 5. Time, Healing, And Reconciliation 6. Facing The Powers 7. Conflict In The Church? 8. In The Beginning-Was Conflict 9. Where Two Or Three Meet 10. Keeping Silent And Listening 11. The Ministry Of Reconciliation 12. Through The Valley And To The Table 13. Wander, Wonder, And Wait 14. The Dream 176 pages
Publishers Description We live in a diverse, but interdependent world. Even with modern technology, communications, and travel, we still need to build relationships leading to reconciliation.John Paul Lederach shares insights gained from years of work in international mediation and deep spiritual reflection on the task of reconciliation. From personal experiences and the Bible story, he finds God seeking reconciliation throughout history. Here is help for conflicted families, communities, and nations. 208 Pages.
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More About John Paul Lederach & Harold H. Saunders
John Paul Lederach is one of the world's foremost experts on peacebuilding and reconciliation. He is Professor of International Peacebuilding at the Joan B. Kroc Institute of International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame and Distinguished Scholar at Eastern Mennonite University's Conflict Transformation Program. Among his many books are The Journey Toward Reconciliation (1999) and Building Peace: Sustainable Reconciliation in Divided Societies (1997).
John Paul Lederach currently resides in Harrisonburg, in the state of Virginia. John Paul Lederach has an academic affiliation as follows - Joan B. Kroc Institute of International Peace Studies at the Universit.
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A faithful account of what it takes to build peace Dec 14, 1999
A professional mediator and former director of Mennonite Conciliation Service reveals honestly and thoughtfully the heart and guts of the work required for reconciliation. Each chapter weaves stories from personal experience, with scripture and practical advice, into a conclusion. He tells stories that we need to hear. It's an important journal and a helpful guide.