This resource is published by our friends at Herald Press/MennoMedia, an agency of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. Mennonites are fellow Christians known for their stances on voluntary simpicity, peace, and social justice.
In 1991, Ahmed Ali Haile returned to the chaos of his native Somalia with a clear mission: to bring warring clans together to find new paths of peace—often over a cup of tea. A grenade thrown by a detractor cost Haile his leg and almost his life, but his stature as a peacemaker remained.
Whether in Somali’s capital, Mogadishu, or among Somalis in Kenya, Europe, and the United States, Haile has been a tireless ambassador for the peace of Christ. Into this moving memoir of conversion and calling, Haile weaves poignant reflections on the meaning of his journey in the world of Islam.
Part of the Christians Meeting Muslims series
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