Called to forgive : the Charleston church shooting, a victim's husband, and the path to healing and peace
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|Moorhead Public Library||241.4 THO (Text)||33500013080700||Main||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780764232985
- ISBN: 0764232983
- ISBN: 9781493418718
- Publisher: Bloomington, Minnesota : Bethany House Publishers, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||The unthinkable tragedy -- The aftermath -- Dylann Storm roof: a homegrown American terrorist -- The decision -- A mighty long journey -- Missing Myra -- A community and nation react -- Honoring Myra's wishes -- The deadly dis-ease of un-forgiveness -- The path to healing and peace -- Epilogue: my letter to Dylann.|
|Summary, etc.:||"After the murder of his wife during the Charleston church shooting, Anthony Thompson chose to privately and publicly forgive the shooter. Though many questioned his reasoning, this act of forgiveness radically changed his community. This poignant account shows how forgiveness can affect people's lives, local communities, and even the nation"--|
The Reverend Anthony Batiste Thompson is the pastor of Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church of Charleston. The Reverend Thompson was married to the late Myra Thompson. They have three children and six grandchildren.
Denise George is the author/coauthor of thirty-one books. She is married to Dr. Timothy George. They have two grown children and one toddler grandson. George has served as founding director of LifeWay's Women's Ministry program and adjunct instructor at Beeson Divinity School.