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Throwing caution to the wind at a dangerous time, John Steward gathered a handful of Rwandans and together they dreamed of ways to heal the wounds of genocide and war. The vibrancy of this group drew others into a radical circle for change which silently spread outwards. John made 19 return visits to Rwanda to support and mentor these local warriors for peace. Now he reveals an inspiring story of some of the dozens of people who are being transformed from haters to healers, from bringers of violence to makers of peace.
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About the Author
John Steward has post-graduate degrees in agriculture and divinity. His PhD is in soil science. He lectured in theology and rural development in Java, Indonesia for nine years, and then over 14 years he trained aid workers from 50 countries. From 1997 he mentored Rwandan peacemakers, before writing this book.
Table of ContentsForeword
1 Coping with Chaos
2 Looking for Light3 Taming the Trauma4 Hope after the Horror 5 Judging for Justice 6 Facing the Future
A Rwandan Responds
Index of Rwandans
Index of Places of Rwanda
Appendix: The Twelve-Step Process of Forgiveness