This is an exciting biography very well written..
Michael's, their stories are an invitation to let go of what we have done, what has been done to us, and what we have failed to do and to take one step toward healing.
And his telling of his part in the history of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement was very meaningful.
Fr Michael Lapsley lost both his hands and an eye as a result of a letter-bomb sent by the apartheid regime. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Maggy Clarke
Very inspiring and honest. Short but densely packed. He tackles some of the hardest issues that face humans wsh gentleness and compassionPublished 17 months ago by Celeste
A story of courage and deep caring, as well as transformation, all the while remaining grounded in pragmatism. The book is quite readable; the writing straight forward and honest.Published 17 months ago by Frances Rodriguez
As a 23-year-old Anglican priest from New Zealand, Michael Lapsley's first assignment, in Apartheid South Africa in 1973, exposed him to its chasm between white and Black... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Richard Roberts
I found Redeeming the Past to be an inspiring story and a glimpse into our recent history that highlights the worst and best of our human struggle.Published 20 months ago by jan mccray
I received Redeeming the Past as a Christmas gift, and truly amazing gift it was. Fr. Michael leads the reader on a journey of faith and redemption. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J Martin Jellinek
While reading "Redeeming the Past: My Journey from Freedom Fighter to Healer" by Fr. Michael Lapsley and Mr. Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Fr. Dennis Moorman
This is an exciting biography very well written.. of a determined man who lives his beliefs no matter what the consequences.. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by lucyjanjigian