Podcast

Muffin Talk

Friday, 30 August, 2019

The Power of Forgiveness

Imam Muhammed Ashafa and Pastor James Wuye gave an inspiring presentation at the Fickling Centre which was organised by the Auckland Interfaith Council. The two religious leaders come from Kaduna, in northern Nigeria. For several years, they used to be enemies and finally became friends. In this Muffin Talk they talk about their backgrounds and their core message from their own experience: Forgiveness makes you feel free - the power of forgiveness can change the world.

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