by Emmanuel Katongole and Chris Rice
The state of the world today is one of geopolitical crisis and warfare, of ethnic and tribal conflict, of struggling families and traumatized children, of environmental exploitation and degradation. Societies are split over the issues of class, religion, politics, socioeconomic power, race and access to resources. Nations continue to face atrocities of slavery, exploitation and genocide. In short, our world cries out for reconciliation.