In October 2011 Chris Rice and Gann Herman, from Duke Center for Reconciliation have visited Romania in a reconciliation tour. Then, together, we have visited Poland, aiming to understand what are the needs for reconciliation in post-communist lands.
In a recent blog post, Chris shares 7 lessons they have learned on this trip. Here they are:
Lesson 1: The unfinished business of “post-communism”
Lesson 2: Redemption must touch Russia
Lesson 3: Intergenerational conflict and secularization
Lesson 4: Screwtape is alive and well
Lesson 5: Mirror to American Christianity
Lesson 6: The witness of the church is alive
Lesson 7: Fertile ground for renewal of the church
Read the entire article on Chris Rice’s blog.