1878 - 1961
Frank Buchman was an American Lutheran minister who founded the Oxford Group/MRA/Initiatives of Change.
1908 - 1965
British journalist, playwright, rugby captain of England, and followed Buchman as leader of MRA.
1906 - 1988
Anglican priest, versatile author, and pioneering playwright of MRA.
Charlotte van Beuningen
Dutch Charlotte van Beuningen was decorated by Queen Juliana for heroism in WW II.
A true story of hurt, hate and hope, from Kenya and South Africa
All her paths are peace: women pioneers in peacema...
Sixteen stories of women whose daring acts have made a difference in the world
The Forgiveness Factor: stories of hope in a world...
A treasure trove of stories, written by one of the best writers of the movement.
Forgiveness: breaking the chain of hate (2002)
Breaking the chain of hate and the hold of history. Remarkable stories.
Reaching for a new world
A history of Initiatives of Change in The Netherlands.
An English Pilgrim in Northern Ireland
A love affair with Northern Ireland and England
1910 - 1993
An American cook, mother, and wife of British playwright Alan Thornhill.
"Caux is the place!"
How the international Caux conference centre was born.
Forgiveness at the Gate of No Return
A journey to attend to 'the irresistible need to heal the wounds left behind' by the slave trade.
Ireland's President a Voice of Contradiction
Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, has long been dedicated to justice, dignity and equality for all in a divided society.
Jerusalem: a Place to Test the Heart
'The Testing of Hearts', a book written amid the tensions of the Holy Land.
Race and Repentance
More than 30 years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr, America is still divided along racial lines. Why?
Planting the Seed of Reconciliation
We may need our enemies for our own healing, maintains Trevor Williams, the Director of Corrymeela reconciliation centre.