Pursuing Peace One Heart At A Time
Jeremy Courtney, Founder and CEO of Preemptive Love, a global organization providing relief, jobs, and community to end war joins Enterprise Radio. His newest book, Love Anyway, casts a bold vision for how we can heal all that’s tearing us apart. Jeremy is a sought-after speaker and authority on peacemaking, conflict resolution, and the integration of activism, spirituality, and leadership.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jeremy Courtney discuss the following:
- Tell us about Preemptive Love. How and why was this non-profit founded?
- In light of the recent protests in America due to the Floyd death, what lessons have you learned first hand that you can share with others on how each and everyone one of us can be peace advocates?
- Tell us about your key current initiatives for 2020?
- How can businesses in America and around the globe be agents for peace?
- How does Preemptive Love Coalition help communities in Iraq and other countries be entrepreneurs and small business minded?
Jeremy Courtney is founder and CEO of Preemptive Love, a global organization providing relief, jobs, and community to end war. For the past 15 years, Jeremy has served families on the frontline of the world’s biggest crises—the rise of ISIS in Iraq, civil war in Syria, and the refugee crisis on the US-Mexico border.
Jeremy is the author of two acclaimed books, Love Anyway: An Invitation Beyond a World That’s Scary as Hell and Preemptive Love: Pursuing Peace One Heart at a Time. He is a sought-after speaker and authority on peacemaking, conflict resolution, and the integration of activism, spirituality, and leadership.
From the main stage at the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates to more intimate venues across the globe, Jeremy offers a compelling vision—forged on the front lines of conflict—for how we can heal what’s tearing us apart. His work has been featured on CNN, the BBC, Fox News, The Washington Post, and the New York Times.
Jeremy lives in Iraq with his wife Jessica, co-founder of Preemptive Love, and their two children, Emma and Micah.
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