May 23, 2008 / Praxis
This article examines the trend of children used as tools and exploitation in world violence and war, and offers hopeful questions for those seeking to make a difference.
Michael McGill lives in Seattle. He completed a BA in Communications (www.wwu.edu) in 98, and an MA in Counseling (www.mhgs.edu) in 2000. He has worked on his PhD at Oxford Center for Mission Studies (www.ocms.ac.uk) and is currently pursuing a PhD at Fuller Theological Seminary (www.fuller.edu) researching child participation in peacemaking in developing nations impacted by armed intrastate conflict. He has invested time in about 40 countries and started the non-profit The Asha Forum (www.ashaforum.org).