talks about how, in the midst of protest, two opposing groups realized they're really searching for the same results. A realization of common meaning is one of the best ways to bring peacemaking into reality.
talks about peacemaking in India during the 1930s salt march.
discusses family dynamics of peacemaking. It may be easy to forgive a stranger, but how easily can one forgive the brutal sin of their own family? How does one reconcile with a drunken driver?
tells about how his grandfather lived as a peacemaker during contentious wartime.
tells of how her grandfather braved wartime experimentation as a human guinea pig. Many conscientious objectors participated in medical experimentation and died as a result. How does one show they care, and do not believe in warring against nations if they will not die for it? COs proved their loyalty to Christian peacemaking by doing just that.
gives a frame for how civil disobedience and a calm protest can make a big difference in exposing the powers that are out of balance.
tells a story that puts the phrase "one could hardly be mad at someone whom they had just prayed for"into context with this account of peace at the meeting of hands.