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In a short excerpt from a longer interview, the founder and president of Maison Shalom in Burundi explains why she built various parts of Maison Shalom, including schools, homes, a hospital, a movie theater, swimming pool and a morgue.
In a short excerpt from a longer interview, the founder and president of Maison Shalom in Burundi explains what she means by the phrase, "Love made me an inventor."
Maison Shalom has helped more than 20,000 children in the aftermath of the Burundian genocide. Its founder and president talks about how Maison Shalom works to restore dignity and hope to the citizens of this war-torn nation.
Even after the worst atrocities, forgiveness is possible, says a South African psychologist and researcher. At its core lies empathy, the turning point where people encounter and recognize each other as human beings.
Hip hop is this era’s sacred hope, says the dean of the Howard University School of Divinity.
The 1960s campaign to integrate churches needs to be remembered and re-examined, says the author of “The Last Segregated Hour: The Memphis Kneel-Ins and the Campaign for Southern Church Desegregation.”
The search for a church committed to racial reconciliation didn’t go quickly. But the waiting for it, like the waiting of Advent, was a time to learn to love God and neighbor and find miracles in small and surprising places.