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An American in the Middle East by Harry Almond

Harry Almond's memoir depicts the growth of heart and mind of a patriotic American towards the Islamic world beginning in 1944. Starting out as a young missionary and teacher in Iraq and Bahrain, he and his wife Beverly later worked with the program of Moral Re-Armament (Initiatives of Change, IofC) for many years, living for a time in Egypt and then Lebanon, and traveling widely in other Muslim countries.

The Thread of God by Russi Lala

R M Lala's impressive career spans journalism, publishing, philanthropy and writing books including the best-selling biography Beyond the Last Blue Mountain: A Life of J R D Tata. Lala's direct and almost conversational style gives a vivid portrait of the times he has lived through, allowing the reader a glimpse into his intensely personal memories, his experiences as well as his encounters with the personalities who shaped twentieth-century India - from J R D Tata to Mother Teresa; from Vinoba Bharve to Morarji Desai.

Chris Evans, who comes from Britain, has written a short but highly readable book called 'Did we get it right, Love?' The book is a frank, personal and faith-filled evaluation of a work and calling still in progress. Evans’ story takes him from his home in Whitbourne, Herefordshire, on the road with a musical show, into the factories of the West Midlands, to India, Switzerland, Siberia and back to Whitbourne. The book is illustrated with 19 of his poems.

Father of the House, the memoirs of Kim Beazley

Kim E Beazley was Australia's Minister for Education 1972-75 and was responsible for some of the most enduring reforms of the Whitlam Labor Government. Mike Steketee in The Australian January 1 2009 entitled ‘Principle not Power’ mentions the suspicion with which Beazley’s Labor colleagues viewed his commitment to Moral Re-Armament. ‘The Australian tradition is to keep religion and politics apart but for Beazley they were inseparable. “If you do not accept the importance of conscience, you accept only the importance of power,” he once said.’ Steketee concludes that ‘his story overall is one that restores faith in politics.’

Father of the House, the memoirs of Kim Beazley

Kim E Beazley was Australia's Minister for Education 1972-75 and was responsible for some of the most enduring reforms of the Whitlam Labor Government. Mike Steketee in The Australian January 1 2009 entitled ‘Principle not Power’ mentions the suspicion with which Beazley’s Labor colleagues viewed his commitment to Moral Re-Armament. ‘The Australian tradition is to keep religion and politics apart but for Beazley they were inseparable. “If you do not accept the importance of conscience, you accept only the importance of power,” he once said.’ Steketee concludes that ‘his story overall is one that restores faith in politics.’

Der Imam und der Pastor dvd cover

In einer Zeit, in der sich viele Menschen Gedanken machen, ob freundschaftliche Beziehungen zwischen Moslems und Christen möglich sind, bestätigen die nigerianischen Protagonisten dieses Films leidenschaftlich: "Ja, sie sind es!"

No Enemy to Conquer

Forgiveness often seems impossible in today’s conflicted world. This welcome book presents stories of real men and women of different faiths and cultures reaching out to reconcile with others, previously deemed their 'enemies'.

Keswick to Caux DVD cover

Summer 2008 marked the 100th anniversary of a transforming experience of Frank Buchman who founded what is now Initiatives of Change. Seventeen people, young and old, from various religious backgrounds and nationalities, travelled together on a three week journey from Keswick to Oxford then to Visby, Freudenstadt and finally to Caux. They explored the essence of Buchman's transformation, what developed from it, and its significance for today.

Worldwide Legacy of Frank Buchman cover

In 1908 Buchman, an American Lutheran minister of Swiss descent who was the originator of Initiatives of Change, had a spiritual experience of release from bitterness in crucial relationships that altered the course of his life.

Worldwide Legacy of Frank Buchman cover

In 1908 Buchman, an American Lutheran minister of Swiss descent who was the originator of Initiatives of Change, had a spiritual experience of release from bitterness in crucial relationships that altered the course of his life.

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