Finding the Peacemakers

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When 33 Chilean miners stepped into the light, alive and well, after 69 days entombed in the earth, the world experienced a rare treat – some good news. Was this an anomaly, or are there other untapped glimmers of hope, hidden behind the headlines? Armed with a camera, a notebook, and a perilous sense of curiosity, Dan Morrice embarks upon a global journey to meet the peacemakers – unsung heroes, forging peace in extreme environments, from war-torn nations to disaster zones. From Chilean miners to Syrian refugees, from ex-football hooligans in Britain, to revolutionaries in Israel-Palestine, Dan discovers how the most unlikely people are rediscovering Christian faith and rewriting the fractured history of our time. At the apex of his journey, Dan’s interviews lead him on a 500-mile walk across the Negev Desert to find their source of hope first-hand.

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‘Dan’s book demonstrates that the future will belong to the peacemakers – the true heroes among us.’ – Bear Grylls


When thirty-three Chilean miners stepped into the light, alive and well, after sixty-nine days entombed in the earth, the world experienced a rare treat – some good news. Was this an anomaly, or are there other untapped glimmers of hope, hidden behind the headlines?

Armed with a camera, a notebook, and a perilous sense of curiosity, Dan Morrice embarks upon a global journey to meet the peacemakers – unsung heroes, forging peace in extreme environments, from war-torn nations to disaster zones.

From Chilean miners to Syrian refugees, from ex-football hooligans in Britain, to revolutionaries in Israel-Palestine, Dan discovers how the most unlikely people are rediscovering Christian faith and rewriting the fractured history of our time. At the apex of his journey, Dan’s interviews lead him on a five-hundred-mile walk across the Negev Desert to find their source of hope first-hand.

In a generation tired of divided nations and negative news, Finding the Peacemakers tells the unreported story of a global movement overcoming the odds to build peace in troubled times.

‘One of the most inspiring books I have read for many years.’ – Baroness Caroline Cox

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Weight 0.22 kg
Dimensions 19.6 × 13 × 3.6 cm
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Cover

Paperback

Pages

304

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

234.23 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K