"A gifted story teller, Harold Heie narrates the experiences of a lifetime as college teacher and administrator that taught him the way of peaceful and respectful conversation. His story is fascinating, his wit and wisdom priceless, his advice seasoned and sane. Inviting us into conversations he creates, he shows how it is done, and pleads with us to do likewise."
-Arthur Holmes, professor of philosophy emeritus, Wheaton College
"Harold Heie treats us to an always-engrossing personal tale that speaks to everyone. Heie has a dream (we see it take shape), but he convinces us that openness to other visions-respectful conversation among us all-is vital for any earthly good that lies ahead. Heie's eloquent plea for commitment and openness will prove contagious and revolutionary."
-Paul Borgman, professor of English, Gordon College
"Harold Heie writes with conviction, clarity, grace and humility, blending rich personal narrative with intellectual and spiritual force. This book should be required reading for all faculty, administrators, staff and trustees who are leaders in Christian higher education. Beware! It may change your view of leadership."
-Ronald Mahurin, vice president, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
"Truth be told, the Truth is not in us. But it has found a good home in its servant, Harold Heie. He embodies his own teaching."
-From the Forward, Stan Gaede, scholar-in-residence, Gordon College. President, 2001-2006, Westmont College