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When we look at our world, we can see much need for forgiveness and reconciliation. Conflict can sometimes be a positive thing, such as when we fight against injustice. However, more often conflict is destructive.

Forgiveness is essential for reconciliation, but reconciliation goes beyond words, into action, to restore the broken relationship. It is a process that requires the willing participation and commitment of both sides.

In this edition of Footsteps we look at different aspects of forgiveness, and practical ideas for how we can support each other and work through the process of reconciliation.

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