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The author, Arthur A. Rouner, is a graduate of Harvard College, Union Theological Seminary, and . Rouner, is a graduate of Harvard College, Union Theological Seminary, and Luther Theological Seminary. He served as a Congregational minister for forty-plus years. He has written twenty-five books, including How to Love, Healing Your Hurts, Being Present, and Forgiveness: The Road to Reconciliation. Following parish ministry, he founded The Pilgrim Center for Reconciliation, an international ministry dedicated to helping church and government leaders recover from the traumas of genocide, war, and conflict.

The world was wrenched with the story of the 1994 killings of nearly a million people in the East African nation of Rwanda. TIME magazine reported that a depth of evil had overtaken that land, so searing to the soul as to be virtually incomprehensible.

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Forgiveness:The Road to Reconciliation. In this book, The Rev. Dr. Arthur A. Rouner, J. a parish minister for 40 years, lays out a theology for ministry through presence, based on the ministry of Jesus. It is a simple, practical, effective approach for reaching people who are difficult to reach, who are often withdrawn, silently suffering, and probably at the edges of Church life. Brokenness, Dr. Rouner says, is a condition of the soul of people high and low. It is a condition of the rich as well as the poor. It is a state of the heart. The broken can be found in all sorts of places, he says.

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The Road Home provides a pathway to forgiveness and healthy reconciliation for churches wounded by. .The Road Home is a valuable and very readable addition to the current literature on corporate life and practical theology.

The Road Home provides a pathway to forgiveness and healthy reconciliation for churches wounded by conflict. -Paul S. Regan, President of Christian Association for Psychological Studies ""Don't swallow the hurt.

Arthur A. Rouner challenges church ministers and congregants to expand their thinking about ministry, and to go to people, in their brokenness and isolation, in their places of physical and spiritual hiding, whether in Africa or down the block or at a coffee shop, to show care and love and compassion.

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The world was wrenched with the story of the 1994 killings of nearly a million people in the East African nation of Rwanda. TIME magazine reported that a depth of evil had overtaken that land, so searing to the soul as to be virtually incomprehensible. Rwanda's gaping needs captured the world's imagination, so that countless people went there to help. Refugees fled to camps just beyond Rwanda's borders, and the world's great humanitarian aid organizations followed. As the refugees returned home - many of them with their houses having been taken over or destroyed by others, and none of them allowed to have jobs for six months-it became clear that, despite the overflowing prisons and the attempt to bring to justice those who had murdered in the genocide, the deepest need of the whole population was to find some way for forgiveness to happen, and for reconciliation to take place. The Pilgrim Center for Reconciliation is a Christian outreach ministry based in Edina, Minnesota, dedicated to healing the broken heart of the world. It was founded by The Reverend Dr. Arthur A. Rouner, Jr., following his 40+ years of pastoral ministry. In 1996, the Pilgrim Center, in partnership with World Vision U.S., developed and initiated a healing/ reconciliation ministry among Church leaders in the blood-soaked countries of Rwanda and Burundi. FORGIVENESS: THE ROAD TO RECONCILIATION is the story of the Holy Spirit's work, through the efforts of a small, three-person team from the Pilgrim Center, in an intimate retreat ministry with African church leaders. Through their participation in three-day retreats, Hutus and Tutsis alike experienced the balm of forgiveness and restoration, empowering them to "pass on" this spirit and manifestation of reconciliation throughout their own families, churches, and communities.
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This is an amazing story. I love that these people were taught forgiveness and that the key to forgiveness is loving Jesus. Also I am proud to know the area of which this mission is from. It is an inspiring book and I hope many will read it.

Forgiveness: The Road to Reconciliation is inspired by a great mission. A mission all of us should experience. May God bless you richly for writing such a great book.
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This book by a great man literally mentors the reader in the pathways to reconciliation
Forgiveness:The Road to Reconciliation ebook
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Jr. Arthur A. Rouner
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