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October 8, 9, 10, 2021 – 3:30pm & 7pm
Lopez Community Center
204 Village Road
Lopez Island, WA
7:00pm sessions (also Live-Streamed)
Mullis Community Center
589 Nash Street
Friday Harbor, WA
Carl Wilkens had been directing relief and development aid in Rwanda four years before the Genocide of 1994. He was the only American Aide worker to continue rescue efforts throughout the entire 100 days of genocide. For the documentary of those efforts as seen through the eyes of the UN Command, U.S. Diplomatic Corps. plus Rwandan Associates, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8diFeGD0FY
Because of the bonds formed during the turmoil Wilkens enjoys an insider’s view of this unfolding success story. With access to the entire spectrum of Rwandan life ranging from top government officials to the grateful survivors who are alive and productive today because he risked his life to deliver water, food and transport to safety, he is able to take study groups to Rwanda to document the transformation and discover the principles that fueled it.
In this workshop, Wilkens shares unbelievable stories of healing and reconciliation in the aftermath of the genocide. He weaves stories together with the principles his studies have identified providing a solid foundation for the compelling “Hope-Based Process for Building Trust.” For a 5-minute preview of this transformative event, visit:
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