Peacemaker Daniel Buttry profiles Mother Maria Skobtsova, recognized as an Orthodox Christian saint partly for her work rescuing Jews from the Holocaust.
Author Daniel Buttry profiles his colleague Georgian Bishop Rusudan Gotsiridze, a peacemaker and the first woman to become a Baptist bishop in her homeland.
Author Daniel Buttry profiles his colleague Carl Upchurch, who used his own experience with gangs to forge peaceful relationships among gang leaders.
Author Daniel Buttry profiles South African leader Nelson Mandela, focusing on four reasons Mandela was a memorable example for cross-cultural peacemakers.
International peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry writes about the life and the enduring influence of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Peacemaker and writer Paul Dekar profiles Daniel Barenboim, a Jewish Argentine-born pianist and conductor, in a series for Interfaith Peacemakers Month.
Peace activist Daniel Buttry and Muslim leader Steve Elturk collaborate in profiling Gandhi, explaining why he was a model for cross-cultural peacemakers.
Global peacemaker and author Daniel Buttry profiles Lady Deborah Moody, who founded her own community in the 17th century to enjoy religious freedom.
Peacemake Paul Dekar profiles Interfaith Peacemaker Victor Frankl, psychiatrist and author who wrote Man’s Search for Meaning after surviving the Holocaust.
Journalist David Crumm, Editor of ReadTheSpirit online magazine, writes about the Nobel Prize-winning poet Joseph Brodsky as an interfaith peacemaker.