A year ago, March 2018 we were preparing for our trip to Palestine to help with a couple multi-narrative tours of the Holy Land. Later in our time I had the opportunity to teach a class on peacemaking in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for North Park Theological Seminary. Also, as a newlyContinue Reading

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Peace with God. Who should be included in the circle? What are my limits? One of the discoveries I’ve made in this journey of peacemaking (both in Israel/Palestine conflict and in Christian/Muslim bridge building) is the trap we sometimes fall into thinking God’s peace is all about me, or byContinue Reading

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Momentum is building and the chorus of those committed to (and working for) peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is growing. But the voice of those who want to silence any possibility of peace is simultaneously getting louder. The specter of more violence, and the loss of life also seems veryContinue Reading

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What a week in Jerusalem! The news cycle keeps this city with paramount historical importance to all 3 monotheistic religions, and the world really, ever before us. I was there last week with friend and film producer, John Yeager, in the middle of the current tension seeking, ironically, to captureContinue Reading

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Jerusalem, like no other place on earth has provided a foundation for the three principle mono-theistic religions of the world; Christianity, Judaism and Islam. But for centuries it’s also served as a hotbed for unrest and violence as followers of these three spiritual paths to God struggle for the heart,Continue Reading

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