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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Peter John Storey Personal Details Date of Birth: 4 December 1938, Brakpan, South Africa Marital Status: Married Elizabeth (nee Hardie) December, 1960 Children: Children: John, Christopher, David, and Alan with Grandchildren: Simone, Jessica, Francis, Sarah, Adrienne, Scott Address: 2 Trafalgar Place, Simon’s Town, 7975, South Africa Contact Details: Tel: 021-786-2655 Cell: 082-510-6770 E-mail: [email protected] Current Occupation: Retired Bishop of the Methodist Church of South Africa (MCSA) Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Emeritus, Duke University, North Carolina, USA Education Schooling: Pretoria Boys’ High School (1951-2) Rondebosch Boys’ High School (1953-5) Military: SA Naval Gymnasium (1956) Officers’ Course - Officer in SA Naval Reserve (5yrs). University: Rhodes University, Livingstone House (1957-1959), BA (Theology & Philosophy) Member of the Students’ Representative Council, 1959 Methodist Church of Southern Africa: Meeting further internal academic requirements of MCSA (1960-1962) - Ordained as Methodist Minister, 1962 Hon. Doctorates: Hon. Doctor of Humane Letters, Duke University, N. Carolina, USA (2007) Hon. Doctor of Laws, Albion College, Michigan, USA (1993) Hon. Doctor of Divinity, Ohio Wesleyan University, USA (1988)

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Peter John Storey

Personal Details

Date of Birth: 4 December 1938, Brakpan, South Africa

Marital Status: Married Elizabeth (nee Hardie) December, 1960

Children: Children: John, Christopher, David, and Alan with Grandchildren: Simone, Jessica, Francis, Sarah, Adrienne, Scott

Address: 2 Trafalgar Place, Simon’s Town, 7975, South Africa

Contact Details: Tel: 021-786-2655

Cell: 082-510-6770 E-mail: [email protected]

Current Occupation: Retired Bishop of the Methodist Church of South Africa (MCSA)

Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Emeritus, Duke University, North Carolina, USA

Education

Schooling: Pretoria Boys’ High School (1951-2) Rondebosch Boys’ High School (1953-5)

Military: SA Naval Gymnasium (1956) Officers’ Course - Officer in SA Naval Reserve (5yrs).

University:

Rhodes University, Livingstone House (1957-1959), BA (Theology & Philosophy) Member of the Students’ Representative Council, 1959

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: Meeting further internal academic requirements of MCSA (1960-1962) - Ordained as Methodist Minister, 1962

Hon. Doctorates: Hon. Doctor of Humane Letters, Duke University, N. Carolina, USA (2007) Hon. Doctor of Laws, Albion College, Michigan, USA (1993) Hon. Doctor of Divinity, Ohio Wesleyan University, USA (1988)

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Employment Experience

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1960: Minister, Belville Methodist Church, Cape Town. 1961-1964: Minister, Camps Bay & Milnerton Methodist Churches, Cape Town 1963-64: Part-time Chaplain to Robben Island prison, including prisoners Robert

Sobukwe and Nelson Mandela. Excluded from the Island late 1964 on ‘security grounds’

Life Line Centre (Sydney, Australia): 1965-1966: Director First 24-hour, telephone-based suicide prevention and crisis intervention Service in

the world, handling 1000 calls per month, with staff of 17 persons and 300 Volunteer Counselors

Staff member, Central Methodist Mission, Sydney, Australia, with responsibility for the Life Line Church for Homeless Men

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1967-1971: Superintendent Minister, Inner City Methodist Mission, District Six, Cape

Town & Minister, Buitenkant Street Methodist Church (Now the District Six Museum). Supervised four mixed-race congregations Helped lead the protests against the Group Areas Act removals of the people of

District Six Launched My Brother and Me, a pioneering diversity training programme for Blacks

and Whites in SA, in order to integrate the first White members into the District Six congregation

Launched The Carpenter’s House Community Centre offering recreational and educational activities to workers and residents in District Six

Launched Youth Cabaret, a live-band entertainment event for up to 500 Christian and Muslim youth each Saturday in District Six

Launched Gateway Children’s Centre, Windermere (now Kensington), pre-school Launched The Christian Leadership Centre, Windermere, offering residential after-

work training in leadership and community organizing for ‘coloured’ youth wanting to contribute to anti-apartheid efforts

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1972-1975: Minister, Civic Centre Methodist Church, Johannesburg Pastor of student and inner city congregation of 150 persons Chaplain to University of the Witwatersrand and Johannesburg College of Education; Established with Catholic, Anglican and Presbyterian colleagues the first Ecumenical

Chaplains’ Office on the Wits campus Oversaw the founding of Careways Children’s Centre, for Hillbrow ‘latch-key kids’ -

the first after-school care centre in South Africa. Involved in launching of Hillbrow House care centre for pensioners, Genesis residential centre for homeless and alcohol-dependent persons and Release, halfway house apartments for just-released prisoners

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1976-1991: Superintendent Minister, Central Methodist Mission (CMM), Johannesburg, SA Methodism’s premier pulpit CMM became a focus of Church resistance to apartheid. The all-white congregation

was integrated at the cost of some 200 members and the sanctuary became a centre of protest. CMM hosted numerous anti-apartheid meetings and the church suffered bomb threats and was surrounded many times, tear-gassed, and invaded by security forces. It offered hospitality to the Detainee Support Committee, and housed the Conscription Advice Office and Actstop Tenants Association. CMM also hosted the SA Council of Church’s staff for many months after their offices were bombed by a police hit squad in 1988

Launched the People Centre, Johannesburg’s first non-racial restaurant outside of so-called ‘international’ hotels, serving around 200 meals per day

Oversaw birth of three further children’s centres including FLOC (For Love of Children) pre-school, two Thlokomelong pre-school centres in Soweto, Paballo ya Batho ministry to street people, Cornerstone House, a 69-apartment block for

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disability pensioners, The School for Christian Living education programme and ran further My Brother and Me diversity training programmes, including one in which Tsietsi Mashinini participated in April/May, 1976

Expanded CMM staff from three to twenty-eight Wider Methodist roles during this time included:

1970 - 1974: Member, the Presiding Bishop’s Commission for the Renewal of the Church

1981: Chairperson, Message Committee, Obedience’81, a national gathering of Methodists invited to stake out the position of MCSA vis a vis deepening apartheid crisis. The Message of Obedience ’81 guided MCSA throughout the ‘80

1989: Founder member and Patron of the Methodist Order of Peacemakers, non-violence and anti-conscription movement in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa

1992 – 1995: Chairperson, The Journey to the New Land, a two-year process including two ‘Convocations of the Methodist People,’ inviting all Methodists to participate in reshaping the MCSA for a ‘New South Africa.’

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1984-85: Presiding Bishop of MCSA Elected Presiding Bishop (President) of MCSA giving national leadership to the

denomination covering five Southern African countries with a constituency of some 2m people

1984-1997: Bishop of the Central District of MCSA Elected Bishop (in addition to ongoing work at Central Methodist Mission) of the area

covering Johannesburg, Soweto, and the South Western Transvaal Reef towns to the Northern Cape border

Methodist Church of Southern Africa: 1992-1997: Bishop of the Central District of MCSA Left Central Methodist Mission to concentrate on Bishop’s work full-time until

retirement in 1997

Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, Kentucky, USA)

1997: Visiting Scholar

Methodist Theological School (Ohio, Delaware, USA)

1998-1999: Visiting Scholar, Included being Interim Senior Pastor, Calvary United Methodist Church, Nashville,

Tennessee, USA

Duke University Divinity School (North Carolina, USA)

1999-2006: Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry Named to Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams, Jr. Distinguished Chair in the Practice of

Christian Ministry, Duke University Divinity School Was voted by students to give the Divinity School Baccalaureate lecture in 2000, 2004

and 2006 Retired from Duke University with Emeritus status and returned to South Africa

Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary (SMMS)

2007-2010: Chairperson of the Planning Team for the new Seminary Responsible for designing, funding and building stages of a new R60m campus in

Pietermaritzburg plus purchase of R40m set of residences for the formation and training of Methodist and other clergy and a future Centre for Transformational Leadership

SMMS’s vision is ‘Forming Transforming Leaders for Church and Nation’ and was opened in September, 2010. It is a registered Private Institution for Higher Learning and now has 110 seminarians enrolled for its own B.Th degree or Diploma, or for higher degrees offered through UKZN nearby

2010-2012: Chairperson of the Governing Council of SMMS 012: Interim President of SMMS following death of President

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Ecumenical (non-Methodist) Leadership Roles

South African Council of Churches (SACC)

1974-1983: Executive Member, 1977-1980: Vice-President

Elected to position and then effectively chaired that body from 1979 1979- 81: Represented SACC at World Council of Churches Central Committees in

Dresden and Geneva and other conferences in Europe 1980-1983: President

With Bishop Desmond Tutu as General Secretary, helped give national leadership in the church struggle against the apartheid regime

1980: Arrested in church ministers’ march on John Vorster Square, 1982: Visited Namibia with Bishop Tutu raising awareness of SADF atrocities and

calling for withdrawal of SADF 1982: Arrested with Bishop Tutu attempting to visit detainees in Venda. Taken into

bush by security forces and told we were to be shot. Finally released and declared ‘prohibited immigrants’ in ‘Republic’ of Venda

1983: Chief witness with Bishop Tutu in Eloff Commission of Inquiry – the tribunal set up by President PW Botha to investigate the SACC. Testimony published in Here We Stand (SACC Publication)

1983: Gave evidence in mitigation on behalf of previous SACC General Secretary and CMM member John Rees after he was found guilty of ‘defrauding’ the SACC

1983: Resigned Presidency of SACC in solidarity with John Rees, because was convinced of his innocence and that first duty was to him as parishioner

Various Other Ecumenical Roles or Participation in Important Events

1984: Co-led an Ecumenical delegation to the United Nations, the US Congress and six European Parliaments, pressing for international action against Forced Removals policy of apartheid regime. Met with UN General Secretary Perez de Cuellar, Dr Chester Crocker and others. Addressed the ‘Africa Group’ at the UN and the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House, London

1988: Arrested in ‘illegal’ march on Parliament protesting the banning and restriction of 17 organisations

1989: With other church leaders led the ‘illegal’ march of 25,000 people from St. Mary’s Cathedral to John Vorster Square, Johannesburg following a similar march in Cape Town two days before

1989: Joined seven Catholic Bishops in a demonstration at the electrified fence on Mozambique border. Detained by SADF border detachment

1990: Appointed Convener of the Message Committee at the Rustenburg Conference, where Dutch Reformed Church made its historic apology for apartheid. The Message Committee authored the Rustenburg Declaration that paved the way for inter-church co-operation in peacemaking prior to 1994 Election

1990: Detained by SADF for protesting with Methodist Order of Peacemakers at their Rand Show weapons exhibit

1994 Chaired National Organising Committee for National Service of Thanksgiving at FNB Stadium to greet incoming President Nelson Mandela the Sunday before his Inauguration

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Leadership Roles or Service beyond the Church

Life Line and Life Line International 1966: Life Line International On behalf of newly-formed Life Line International, helped launch first telephone-

based, volunteer-driven Crisis Intervention Centres in the USA Advised on founding of Contact Teleministries, USA

1968: Founder – Life Line in South Africa

Founded South Africa’s first Life Line 24-hour, telephone-based crisis intervention centres in Cape Town

Subsequently, as South Africa Representative of Life Line International, assisted in the birth of Life Line Centres in Durban, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, Pretoria, Welkom and other cities

Today, Life Line Southern Africa has 19 centres in South Africa and a centre in each of: Botswana, Namibia, Malawi and Zambia

1965-1980: Addressed International Life Line Conferences in Sydney, Chicago, Los Angeles,

Nairobi, Taipei and Cape Town, as well as International Federation of Telephone Emergency Services Conference in Berlin

1970: Elected International Vice-President, Life Line International

Life Line International comprises over 300 centres in 18 countries, with 50,000 volunteer counselors

1989: Named Honorary Life President, Life Line Southern Africa

Various National Political and Social Roles or Participation in Important Events

1993-1994: Chairperson, Wits-Vaal Police Community Relations Committee This was the first Police-Community Relations Committee in South Africa. Also

chaired first Johannesburg Community/Police Forum meeting . 1993-1994: Co-Chairperson, Wits-Vaal Regional Peace Committee of the National Peace Accord

Committee consisted of all major political parties, police, SADF and other civil society bodies

The Wits-Vaal RPC staff trained 5,000 peace monitors, intervened in and reduced political violence in the Johannesburg, Soweto, East Rand and Vaal areas prior to South Africa’s first democratic election

Established and Chaired the Religious Bodies Sub-Committee of the Wits-Vaal to motivate full involvement by faith communities in the peace process

1994: Election activity

Personally monitored Soweto polling stations on Election Day 1994. Organised the recruiting of 1,200 emergency church volunteers in the week following

the Election to dispatch to 900 counting stations when vote-counting broke down. 1994-1997: Founder and first Chairperson, Gunfree South Africa (GFSA)

GFSA organised the first national hand-in of firearms on Reconciliation Day, 1994. GFSA campaigned successfully against the ‘right to bear arms’ being included in the

new Constitution and for new, stricter gun-control legislation in South Africa. 1995: Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC) Selection Committee member

Appointed by President Mandela to the committee responsible for interviewing candidates, and nominating the future members of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission to the President.

1997: Named Patron of Gun Free South Africa.

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2002: Named Member of Government Standing Committee on Religion in Education in South Africa.

Various International Political and Social Roles

1999: Member of Advisory Board, JustPeace Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Washington DC. 2002: Member National Advisory Board, America’s first Truth Commission, the Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project, Greensboro, NC. 2004: Co-Chairperson, Duke University Faculty Concilium on Southern Africa (COSA)

COSA aims at building awareness of all contacts by Duke University with Southern Africa, inviting speakers from this sub-continent, and encouraging student exchanges.

2004: Participant, Mock National Security Council Meeting, Fort Smith, Arlington VA, An examination of US and International Policy Questions from a Faith-Based Perspective, involving ex-White House and Pentagon staff aimed at offering rational alternatives to the policies of the Bush Administration. Role was as ‘Secretary of State.’ 2005: Resource person and Plenary speaker, Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage, Birmingham and Selma, Alabama

A pilgrimage by members of the US Senate and House of Representatives to expose them to the story of the Civil Rights struggle and similar struggles around the world.

2009: Member, ‘Council of Sages’,

20 international religious leaders called together in Vevey, Switzerland to write the international/interfaith ‘Charter of Compassion,’ facilitated by the TED prize.

Social Entrepreneurship Activities

1966 Founded the Gamblers’ Liberty Group in collaboration with psychologist from NSW University - the first therapy group for Compulsive Gamblers in Australia, based at the Sydney Life Line Centre

1966-1968 Helped launch first telephone-based, volunteer-driven Crisis Intervention Centres in the USA

Assisted in founding Contact Teleministries,USA Founded South Africa’s first Life Line 24-hour, telephone-based crisis intervention

centre in Cape Town. Subsequently, as South Africa Representative of LifeLine International, assisted in the birth of Life Line Centres in Durban, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, Pretoria, Welkom and other cities. Today, Life Line Southern Africa has 19 centres in South Africa and a centre in each of: Botswana, Namibia, Malawi and Zambia

1967-71 The Carpenter’s House Community Centre, District Six Gateway Children’s Centre pre-school The Christian Leadership Centre, residential after-work training in leadership and

community organizing for ‘coloured’ youth committed to anti-apartheid change Youth Cabaret, a weekly live-band entertainment event for 500 Christian and Muslim

youth in District Six

1970 Founding Editor, Dimension, national monthly newspaper of MCSA. Edited Dimension in addition to other responsibilities until 1977, giving editorial voice to the denomination’s stand on issues including apartheid

1972-75 Oversaw founding of Careways Children’s Centre, for Hillbrow ‘latch-key kids’ and the

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first after-school care centre in South Africa. Co-founder, Hillbrow House community centre for pensioners Co-founder, Genesis residential centre for alcohol-dependent, homeless persons Oversaw establishment of Release, halfway house apartments for released prisoners

1976-1991 Launched the People Centre, Johannesburg’s first non-racial (and illegal) restaurant

outside of so-called ‘international’ hotels, in the basement of Central Methodist Church Oversaw birth of three further children’s centres including FLOC (For Love of Children)

pre-school, two Thlokomelong pre-school centres in Soweto Oversaw founding of Paballo ya Batho ministry to street people Set up Cornerstone House apartment block with 69 flats for disability pensioners Designed The School for Christian Living weekly education programme and further My

Brother and Me diversity training programmes

1989 Founder member and Patron of the Methodist Order of Peacemakers, non-violence and anti-conscription movement in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa

External Awards/Recognition

1983 Named an Honorary Life Vice-President of SACC by SACC National Conference

1988 Hon. Doctor of Divinity, Ohio Wesleyan University, USA

1993 Hon. Doctor of Laws, Albion College, Michigan, USA

1995 Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria’s Medal

1997 Named one of eight ‘Old Boys of Distinction of the 20th

Century’ for Rondebosch Boys’ High School’s Centennial, Cape Town

2003 Named to Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams, Jr. Distinguished Chair in the Practice of Christian Ministry, Duke University Divinity School

2006 Recipient, Bishop Leontine Kelly Social Justice Award, United Methodist Church Federation for Social Action, USA

2007 Hon. Doctor of Humane Letters, Duke University, N. Carolina

2010 Annual ‘Peter Storey Lecture on Transformative Leadership’ inaugurated honouring role in establishing Seth Mokitimi Methodist Seminary, Pietermaritzburg

Major Lectures and Addresses

1966 Speaker, Lyceum Platform on Public Affairs, Sydney, Australia: Which Way South Africa?

Preacher, City Temple, London

1968 Preacher, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service, Cape Town

1969 Lecturer, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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1970 Speaker, Commission for the Renewal of the Church, East London: Towards Racially Inclusive Congregations – a Possible Blueprint

1971 Preacher, Dedication of the Plaque of Conscience, the first public monument in SA to the victims of Apartheid, Buitenkant Street Methodist Church (now the District Six Museum)

1976

Keynote Speaker, Life Line International Conference, Anaheim: The Clinic and the Cross Speaker, University of the Witwatersrand Special Assembly of the Student Body: In

Defence of Academic Freedom Co-Speaker with Dean Desmond Tutu, Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg, The Role of

the Church in this Time of Crisis

1977 Speaker, Steve Biko Memorial Service, Central Methodist Church, Johannesburg

1978 Speaker, National Institute on Occupational Diseases, Johannesburg: Communicating with the Dying Patient

Speaker, Conference on Human Genetics, University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, Johannesburg: Ethical Implications of Genetic Practice

Preacher, City Temple, London

1979 Speaker, General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa, Cape Town: The Role of the South African Council of Churches

Speaker, United Congregational Churches in Southern Africa Assembly, Johannesburg: The Role of the South African Council of Churches

1980 Opening Speaker, World Methodist Youth Conference, Truro, UK: God’s Impossible

Dream

1981 Presidential Address, South African Council of Churches National Conference, Johannesburg: Truth and the Lie – Our Calling to a Higher Patriotism

Plenary Speaker, Obedience ’81 Assembly, Johannesburg: Our Methodist Roots Keynote Speaker, Focus ’81, National Youth Conference, Sydney Australia:

1982

Presidential Address, South Africa Council of Churches National Conference, Johannesburg: Hold Your Heads High, Your Liberation is Near!

1983 Speaker, Neil Aggett 1st

Anniversary Memorial Service, St Mary’s Cathedral, Johannesburg

1984

Presidential Addresses, Methodist Church of Southern Africa, Pretoria: 1. The Well-Springs of our Hope, 2. The Minister as Messenger of Hope, 3. Finding Hope for South Africa Speaker: University of South Africa Symposium, Pretoria: Reconciling and Restoring a

Divided Church Preacher, Memorial Service for Jeanette and Katryn Schoon, Johannesburg: Those

Who did this have Damned Their Own Souls

1985 Plenary Speaker, World Methodist Peace Conference, London: Going in Peace Speaker, University of South Africa Symposium, Pretoria: Disinvestment and Human

Suffering Speaker, Standing for the Truth Conference, Johannesburg: The Church’s Responsibility

to the Oppressor Keynote Speaker, KaNgwane Legislature Breakfast, Nelspruit: God’s Word and Good

Government

1986 Plenary Speaker, World Methodist Council, Nairobi. Celebrate with Me Speaker, Kairos Document Symposium, Braamfontein: Responding to Kairos,

1987 Plenary Speaker, International Conference on South Africa in Transition, White Plains,

NY: Don’t Let us Burn Hickman Memorial Lecturer, Duke Divinity School: 1. The Primacy of Proclamation, 2.

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The Making of a Preacher, 3. Content, Context and Congregation Visiting Preacher, Duke Chapel: When God Turns the Tide Speaker, Synod of the Evangelical Churches of Germany, Garmisch-Partenkirchen:

Don’t Get Tired Tomorrow! Speaker, National Conference of the Christian Citizenship Department, MCSA,

Alberton: Prophetic Evangelism – the Good News of Global Grace Preacher, St James Episcopal Church, Madison Avenue, NY: When the Saints go

Marching In

1988 Visiting Preacher/Lecturer, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta GA Speaker, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FLA Mission Preacher, Christ United Methodist Church, Memphis, Speaker, Founding Conference, Methodist Order of Peacemakers, Pietermaritzburg:

The Foolishness of the Non-Violent Christ Speaker, Health Care Symposium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg:

Health Care in South Africa – the Rights and Responsibilities of the Community Preacher, Service of Prayer and Protest at the banning of 17 0rganisations, Central

Methodist Church Johannesburg Speaker, Churches in Witness and Protest, Regina Mundi Church, Soweto: They are the

Prisoners, not Us

1989 Speaker, Memorial Service for Anton Lubowsky, Johannesburg: Not all will see the Promised Land -

Speaker, Anti-Capital Punishment Panel, NASREC, Johannesburg: Stop the Hangings Speaker, First Anniversary of the Banning of ECC, University of the Witwatersrand: You

Cannot Conscript our Conscience. Preacher, Funeral of Stompie Sepei, Tumahole Township: I am So Sorry, Mama Visiting Preacher, Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington DC Conference Preacher, West N. Carolina Conference,

1990 Plenary Speaker: World Methodist Evangelism Institute, Atlanta: There’s a New World

Waiting Keynote Speaker, Transvaal Teachers’ Association Conference: The Priority of

Reconciliation in South Africa Main Lecturer, National Academy for Preaching, Nashville, Tennessee Conference Preacher, N. Carolina Conference, Fayettville, NC Conference Preacher, Virginia Conference, Norfolk, VA Preacher, SE Jurisdictional Laity Conference, Lake Junaluska, NC

1991 Speaker, IDASA Seminar on the All/Multi Party Conference, Johannesburg: Perspectives on the All/Multi Party Conference

Speaker (with M. Maharaj & T. Leon) Symposium on the National Peace Accord, Johannesburg: Making the Peace Accord Work

Plenary Speaker, IDASA Democracy Conference, Johannesburg (Nov): Democracy and Civil Society

Speaker, New Jersey Conference on Inclusion, Philadelphia: How we Integrated CMM Conference Preacher, West Michigan Conference, Albion College, MI

1992 Speaker, SABC Television Broadcast, National Day of Prayers for Peace: Get on Your

Knees, South Africa Speaker, Bishop’s Message to Methodist People, Johannesburg: Why the Methodist

Church is Calling for a ‘Yes’ Vote in the Referendum Speaker (With Bishop D Tutu), National Church Leaders’ Conference, Johannesburg:

Reflections on the Role of the Church in the Anti-Apartheid Struggle Conference Preacher, West Ohio Conference, Lakeside, OH

1993 Doctoral Honoree’s Public Lecture, Albion University, Michigan: Singing the Lord’s Song

in a Hostile Land - Learnings from the Church Struggle in South Africa Keynote Speaker, Conference of Senior National Security Personnel, Union Buildings,

Pretoria: Building a Culture of Human Rights in the Emerging New South Africa Opening Speaker, Journey to a New Land Convocation, Benoni: Called to Journey,

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Called to Risk

1994 Guest Speaker Gandhi Centenary Celebration (with Nelson Mandela and Nadine Gordimer), City Hall, Johannesburg: A Christian’s Tribute to Mahatma Gandhi

Speaker, World Council of Churches Central Committee Meeting, Midrand: The Face of South Africa’s Violence.

Speaker, SA Defence Conference, Gallagher Estate, Johannesburg: Moral & Ethical Issues Raised by the Defence Industry

Speaker, Centre for the Study of Violence & Reconciliation Conference, Johannesburg: Reconciliation & Civil Society

Visiting Preacher, Christ United Methodist Church, Fort Lauderdale, FL Sir Alan Walker Lecturer, New South Wales Parliament, Sydney, Australia: Negotiating

a Miracle Lecturer, Conference on Urban Ministry, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia Preacher, Wesley Central Mission, Sydney, Australia

1995 Speaker, COSAB Business Conference on Crime & Corruption, Johannesburg: Beating the Crime Wave Together- A National Priority

Speaker, Institute of Preaching, Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church, Leesburg, FLA: 1. Preaching through a Revolution: the Preacher’s calling to be Prophet. 2. The Jesus Way to Peace

Convocation Speaker, Goshen Mennonite College, Goshen, Indiana Peace Lecturer, Goshen Mennonite College, Goshen, Indiana Preacher, St. Paul’s & St. Andrews United Methodist Church, Broadway, New York Conference Preacher, Missouri Conference, Columbia, MO Guest Preacher, St. Louis Episcopal Cathedral, St. Louis, MO Conference Preacher, Memphis Conference, Memphis, TN

1996 Plenary Speaker, National Anti-Crime Summit, World Trade Centre: Crime is the New Apartheid.

Alan Walker Lecturer, 30th Anniversary Life Line International Conference, Sydney, Australia: Counselling and Christian Faith

Plenary Speaker, World Methodist Council, Rio de Janeiro: Good News to the Poor Sir Alan Walker Lecturer, National Goals, New South Wales Parliament, Sydney,

Australia: Healing the Wounds and Building a New Nation

1997 Speaker, Human Rights Institute of SA Conference: Arms – a Defence of Life or a Threat to Life?

Speaker, End Conscription Campaign Conference, Johannesburg: Ex-Conscripts and the TRC – a Call to Come Forward

1998 Schooler Preaching Institute Lecturer, Methodist Theological School in Ohio: Gospel, Truth and Power: 1. Speaking Truth to Power, 2. The Power to Speak the Truth.

Speaker, Emory University, Atlanta: Without Truth, no Healing, Without Forgiveness, no Future - People and Principles behind the TRC

Speaker, New York University Symposium, NY: South Africa’s Risk for Reconciliation Speaker, Wisconsin Conference of the United Methodist Church, Stevens Point,

Wisconsin: Life for all God’s Children

1999 Merrick Lecturer on Public Policy, Ohio Wesleyan University: God and Caesar in Conflict – Religion and the Rise and Fall of Apartheid in South Africa

27th Annual Peace Lecturer, Bethel College, Newton, Kansas: The Things that Make for Peace

Bethel Lecturer, Madison Presbyterian Churches, Madison, Wisconsin: 1. When God and Caesar Collide, 2. In the Search for Peace & Truth

Speaker, World Bank Symposium, Columbus, Ohio: World Debt and Globalization – an African Perspective.

Iliff Lecturer, Iliff Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado: Lessons from God on the Road to Freedom

2000 Kathleen and John F Bricker Memorial Lecturer, Tulane University, New Orleans: Protest and Resistance, Peacemaking and Reconciliation – the Church’s Ecumenical Role

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in Ending Apartheid Featured in Odyssey TV Channel's "Great Preachers" series, USA. Duke Divinity School Baccalaureate Preacher, Duke University Chapel.

2001 Keynote Speaker, Legal Odyssey 2001 - Bishops and Chancellors of the United

Methodist Church, Scottsdale, Arizona:. Making Space for Miracles - Restorative Justice Alternatives in Handling Conflict

Anchor & Presenter, Disciple: Under the Tree of Life – United Methodist Church’s thirty-one episode Biblical Studies video series, used world-wide.

Speaker, Duke Divinity School Laity Conference, Duke University: Faith , Hope and Love in the Shadow of 9/11

2002 Keynote Lecturer, Bishop’s Convocation, Mississippi Conference of the United Methodist Church

Plenary Lecturer, General Board of Discipleship, United Methodist Church, Nashville: The Marks of Disciple-making Congregations

Keynote Lecture, First Just-Peace Conference, Nashville TN: The Jesus Way of Non-Violence – a Call Too Far?

2003 Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecturer, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC: Globalizing the Dream– Thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr’s Journey to World Citizenship

2004 Keynote Speaker, John Wesley Tri-Centennial Conference, Benoni, South Africa: Why Would you Want to be Methodist if you’re not Wesleyan?

Inaugural Lecture, Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams Distinguished Chair of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Duke University Divinity School: Rules of Engagement – Faithful Congregations in a Dangerous World

Speaker, Prayer and Social Engagement Conference, Berlin, Germany: Prayer in the Anti-Apartheid Struggle: Two Examples.

Speaker, Conference on Der Lange Weg zum gerechten Frieden – Berlin, Germany: An Outsider’s Perspective on the USA and Violence

Duke Divinity School Baccalaureate Preacher, Duke University Chapel. Graduation Speaker, Methodist Theological School in Ohio – Delaware OH: Somebody’s

Calling My Name

2005 Lecturer, Finch Lecture on Preaching, Hickory, NC: Prophetic Witness in the Wesleyan Tradition

First Harry McClain Memorial Social Justice Lecturer, South Carolina Christian Action Council, Columbia, SC: Race, Reconciliation and Religion

Speaker, Tennessee Wesleyan College, Athens, TN: Message from the Edge of the Empire

Speaker, Furman University, SC: Embracing and Celebrating Diversity

2006 Duke Divinity School Baccalaureate Preacher, Duke University Chapel Lecturer, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg VA: Peace & Reconciliation from a

Faith Perspective Speaker, Bishop Leontine Kelly Social Justice Award Recipient Lecture, Virginia

Conference of the United Methodist Church , Hampton, VA: Finding our Prophetic Voice Again

Keynote Speaker, Faith & Politics Congressional Pilgrimage, Farmville, Virginia: Healings from the Wounds of Africa

Speaker, Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Day, Duke University: The Role of Religion in Shaping Public Policy

2007 James A. Davis Lecturer in Religion, Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia:

Religion and the Public Square: (1)The Relevance of the Prophetic Task in Our Time,(2)Precepts for Reluctant Prophets, (3)The Way of the Powerless Jesus

Keynote Speaker, Order of Elders Retreat, Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, Blackstone, VA: Forgiven to Forgive

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2008 Lecturer, the Chatauqua Institution, New York: South Africa: How we Got to Become what we Became

Opening Speaker, National Peace Conference Lake Junaluska, NC: Finding the Church’s Voice in a Violent World

Speaker, Diakonia Council of Churches Breakfast, Durban: God and Caesar in 2008 – Are Church-State Relations Different in a Democracy?

2009 Lecturer, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CAL: The Primacy of Preaching, the Making of the Preacher and a Cry for True Prophets

Simpson Duvall Lecturer, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA: Resistance, Peacemaking and Reconciliation

Lecturer, Seattle University, Seattle, WA: South Africa: One Bright Shining Moment – or Model in a Troubled World?

2010 Speaker, World Conference of Methodist Bishops/Presidents, Panama City: Sharing Mission, Sharing Pain and Hope – Pilgrims in Search of Authentic Partnership

Speaker, Furman University, SC: Making a World of Difference – Emigrating to Global Citizenship

Preacher, Service in Solidarity with Ecclesia de Lange, Cape Town: There Comes a Time – Call for an Open Church

Lecturer, Newton Park Methodist Church Lectures, Port Elizabeth: Living Faithfully – Ethical and Spiritual Obedience to Jesus in 2011

Speaker, Cape of Good Hope District Superintendents’ Seminar, Cape Town: The History and Role of Superintendents in Methodism

PUBLICATIONS

1970-1977 All Editorial Comment: Dimension, National monthly Newspaper of the MCSA

1980 Ethical Implications of Genetic Practice – Paper presented at a Conference on Human Genetics, Johannesburg, Sept 1978, in SA Medical Journal, Vol.58: No.17, 25 October 1980

1981 Our Methodist Roots – Christian Growth Series, Methodist Publishing House – Cape Town

1982 A Call to Repentance – A White Perspective on the SACC – in SA Outlook, February 1982

1983 Here we Stand – Submission to the Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches by the Rev. Peter John Storey, President of the SACC on 9

th March 1983 - an

SACC Publication, Braamfontein

1984 The Kingdom People –Discipleship Resources, Nashville TN

1985 A Message to the Methodist People - a report on the emergency Synods called to meet in violence-torn townships in each District of MCSA to respond to the crisis of violence and troops in townships and to identify with those most deeply affected.

1986 Celebrate with Me! – Address to the World Methodist Conference, Nairobi – in Proceedings of the 15

th World Methodist Conference, Nairobi, Kenya, July 23-29, 1986, Ed

Joe Hale – Published by the World Methodist Council

1987 Health for all in South Africa – in New World Outlook, New York

1989 Health Care in South Africa - Rights and Responsibilities of the Community - in Medicine & Law, 1989, 7 (6) 649 -55

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1990 The Priority of Reconciliation in South Africa – in Transvaal Education News, Sept/Oct

1990

1991 The Role of the Church in the formation of Democratic Assumptions and Patterns of Behaviour – in A Democratic Vision for South Africa - Political Realism and Christian Responsibility, Ed. Klaus Nurnberger, Encounter Publications

1994 Journey Begun – the Story of a Church in a New Land - in association with Mvume Dandala and Ross Olivier - Salty Print, the Methodist Church of Southern Africa

1995 A Leader’s Vision – in Meeting the Future – Christian Leadership in South Africa, Ed. Duncan Buchanan and Jurgens Hendriks, Knowledge Resources, Randburg

1996-97 Faith and Life: 69 weekly columns in the Sunday Independent National Newspaper, Independent Newspapers (Pty) Ltd, written over two years. Good News for the Poor – Plenary Address to the World Methodist Conference, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, August 7-15, 1996, Ed Joe Hale – Published by the World Methodist Council

1997 A Different Kind of Justice: Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa – Christian Century,

Sept 10–17, 1997

1998 Remembering the Ecumenical Struggle against Apartheid – Word & World –Theology for Christian Ministry, Saint Paul, MN, Spring Issue, 1998

1999 A Slender Bridge to Peace – in Alive Now, July/August 1999, Nashville, TN A Different Kind of Justice: Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa - New World Outlook, Magazine of the General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church, July-Aug, 1999 (With permission from Christian Century)

2000 Let the Imbongis Sing! – in Christian Century, December 13, 2000

Somebody’s Calling My Name – in Christian Century, December 20-27, 2000

2001 Making Space for Miracles – in Pathways to Justpeace, Justpeace Center for Mediation and Conflict Transformation, Issue 1.2, November, 2001

2002 With God in the Crucible – Preaching Costly Discipleship – 175pp, Abingdon Press, Nashville TN, 2002

2003 For Christians, Every War is a Civil War – United Methodist News Service Commentary , 20 February, 2003

2004 Listening at Golgotha – Jesus’ Words from the Cross, Lent Book for 2005 – Upper Room Books, Nashville TN 2004

Flag and Altar – Lessons from South Africa, excerpt article from Rules of Engagement: Faithful Congregations in a Dangerous World, Inaugural Lecture, Distinguished Chair of the Practice of Christian Ministry, on 10 February, 2004, in Divinity, Spring, 2004 Issue. Complete lecture at: www.divinity.duke.edu/publications/

And Are We Yet Alive? Re-visioning our Wesleyan Heritage in the New Southern Africa – Salty Print, Methodist Publishing House, Cape Town

America Through African Eyes, in Circuit Rider, Nov/Dec, 2004 , United Methodist Publishing House, Nashville TN

Let’s Keep Pace With the Holy Spirit – Just this Once – in The Living Pulpit, Vol. 13, No. 4, October/December 2004

2005 America and Violence - in Kollective Traumata und Gewaltberaitschaft –

gesellschaftliche Tendenzen, Conference on The Long Road to Peace , Decade of Overcoming Violence in USA and Germany – Evangelischen Akademie zu Berlin, 8 February, 2005

Protest and Resistance, Peacemaking and Reconciliation – the Church’s Ecumenical Role

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in Ending Apartheid - The Kathleen and John F Bricker Memorial Lecture, Tulane University, New Orleans, in Religion and the American Experience, Ed. Frank T. Birtel, a Tulane Judeo-Christian Studies Edition, New City Press, NY

2006 Table Manners for Peace Builders – Holy Communion in the Life of Peacemaking - in

Conflict and Communion – Reconciliation and Restorative Justice at Christ’s Table, Ed. Thomas Porter, Discipleship Resources, Nashville 2006

2010 Heroic Intercession – in Weavings, a Journal of the Christian Spiritual Life, Vol.XXVI,

Number 2, Ed. Pamela C. Hawkins, Upper Room Publications, Nashville TN 2011 Toward a More Tolerant Society – Can we Overcome Religious Prejudice? – in Interreligious Insight, A Journal of Dialogue and Engagement, Vol.9, No.2, December 2011 2012 Banning the Flag from our Churches – Learnings from the Church-State Struggle in South Africa – in Between Capital and Cathedral: Essays on Church-State Relationships, Ed. Wessel Bentley & Dion A Forster, UNISA, 2012 2013 Where the Rubber Hits the Road – Response to Notions and Forms of Ecumenicity in South Africa, Ed Prof Nic Conradie, UWC, 2013 The Quest for Identity in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, in The Quest for Identity in So-Called Mainline Churches in Southern Africa, Ed Prof Nic Conradie, UWC, 2013