“I write on lots of different things, but mainly themes of reconciliation, forgiveness, conflict, storytelling, and theology. Sometimes, I tell personal stories from my life of travel, prison volunteering, childhood in rural Appalachia, and work in conflict zones.”
Michael McRay shares his unique experiences and insights around his work and storytelling vis-a-vis the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and incarceration.
He is an author, educator, and facilitator of storytelling. His works include: Where the River Bends: Considering Forgiveness in the Lives of Prisoners (2015); Letters from “Apartheid Street”: A Christian Peacemaker in Occupied Palestine (2013); and with Tony D. Vick, Secrets from a Prison Cell: A Convict’s Eyewitness Account of the Dehumanizing Drama of Life Behind Bars (forthcoming, 2017). michaelmcray.com