Journey of Hope 2019 & 2021 participants
Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Co-creating a center for reconciliation that promotes a shared understanding of history and generates a shared pursuit of a better future
New York, NY
Confronting unconscious bias and shaping a more accurate and generous understanding of our other
Ecological peacemaking & reconciliation through storytelling with TedX Canvey Island
Reconciling communities in Belfast through 174 Trust
Intercultural reconciliation in the church through worship and community building.
Peacemaking through reconciling people & communities to each other through mediation, coaching & conflict skills
Peacemaking by compassionately reconciling people to their emotions about ecological & other crises
Peacemaking through reconciling churches to communities through cutting-edge research and insights into behavior change and effective communication.
Reconciling misfits, outcasts (of all ages) and young homeless people to themselves, each other, family and God through co creating and participation within ‘The Journey Community’.
Reconciling leaders of different faiths to each other through intentional friendship and community building.
Wendy May Jacobs
Reconciling the church with those for whom the church has not been a safe place, through provoking & promoting an inclusive theology and practice.
Reconciling Christian congregations through creating communities of learning, faith and hope
Reconciling young people to themselves through mentoring and spiritual development
Reconciling LGBTQIA+ Christians and mainstream Church through the Open Table Network, a partnership of affirming Christian worship communities
Peace & Reconciliation in the local church
Personal reconciliation through prayer and contemplation in Belfast