Now Available! “Captivity”

Jim Loney tells the story of his 2005 CPT delegation’s kidnapping, with Harmeet Sooden, Norman Kember and Tom Fox, in Baghdad, Iraq.  He reflects on 118 days of fear, hope and waiting and his continuing commitment to pacifism in the face of his paradoxical rescue by Special Forces.  Jim brings the reader into the terror, the banality, the friction, and the moral dilemmas of surviving captivity.  Available at and CPT offices. 

International Book Awards Finalist  

“Create Space for Peace,” a collection of writings by CPT founding director Gene Stoltzfus, earned the honor of finalist in the category of Spirituality: Inspirational in the 2011 International Book Awards.   It was among 300 winners and finalists announced on 11 May in California, USA.  Available at CPT offices and

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