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So many put their hands to work – communicating and giving. Your contributions to support creation of the study guide to accompany the book “From Genocide to Generosity” were just great. We are now 90% there to make this peace study possible. I am really pleased with the content and process. Now I am focused […]

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Working on study guides

THE NEXT STEP: The stories in the award-winning From Genocide to Generosity contain principles for steps of healing and change for individuals after difficult events. But the stories do not spell out how you move from grief, bitterness, hatred etc. The process to do this is now explained and developed. To enable your small group […]

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Video chat on the Gen2Gen cover

The beautiful art for “From Genocide to Generosity”                                 points to a key contribution for the recovery of Rwandans after the genocide. The process of civil accountability using a traditional approach for conflict resolution called Gacaca (‘on the grass’) created a world first: all prisoners accused of involvement in the events of 1994 were brought to […]

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Book review

Book Review Posted on November 9, 2015 by taboradelaidemtc Title:  From Genocide to Generosity: Hatreds Heal on Rwanda’s Hill Author:  John Steward Publication details:  Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library, 2015 Summary:  John Steward served in Rwanda with World Vision in 1997, where he was engaged in reconciliation activities and programs in the aftermath of the […]

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Small group study guide

  Six session STUDY GUIDE The questions relate to the sections of the book From Genocide to Generosity, hatreds heal on Rwanda’s hills by John Steward Ph.D. The purpose of the questions is to reflect on the healing and hope conveyed in the stories and apply what we learn from the Rwandan experience. “The first […]

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The story continues: part 5

Alice and Immanuel  feature in From Genocide to Generosity. They are the pair of smiling faces on the Home page of this website. Early in 2014 they were visited by a reporter from the Australian newspaper, accompanied by the media person from World Vision of Australia. When Alice invited the visitors to her home, the […]

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