A passion for peace has been Dan's focus for decades. He has a genuine interest in people, has used that interest to work for reconciliation across countless religious, racial, and financial boundaries, and has done so in many practical ways. Dan has the ability to work with almost any situation and group of people, whether those people are prison inmates, members of street gangs, churches or synagogues or mosques---or elected public servants in Congress and the White House.
Though Dan has served as an ordained minister who was exceptionally well-respected by his congregation, he is most comfortable with real-life interactions and works with people across all denominational barriers. In founding a large prison ministry, in working with government representatives to bring aid to Africa, in effectively working with gang members, and traveling to the front lines of a war zone, Dan has continued to effectively relate and interact with all he meets.
Why I want peace:
Our world has become a very fragile planet
If there will be any inheritince for our children
and grandchildren we will have to step up the
effort to seek reconciliation, to bring down walls
of animosity and hatred, and recognize that this
world is meant to be sharred by all peoplesthat
God has created
Interests and activities:
Peace, Justice Reconcilation and mediation
and sometimes a good laugh
The only hope to achieve any kind of peace is to build as
many bridges as we can, bring down as many walls as we can, and look over the fence, locally and globally and start caring about our neighbor.
"One mans hands can't tear a prison down......
But if two and two and fifty make a million
we'll see that day come round"
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