Drawn from the recently inaugurated archives at Wesley Tehological Seminary in Washington, DC, this book is dedicated to those who are focused on responsible societal change in the future. Thousands of NGOs, communities, and movements across all cultures, countries and traditions are looking for new avenues of collaboration in creating a better future in their countries and communities. Adememic, government, business and community leaders can benefit from this documentation of 30+ years in the evolution of effective methods of individual and group participation and processes for responsible local leadership and sustainable social change. These methods have been tested and refined and are w extensivly endorsed and utilized by multiple organizations across the world. This is Volume II in the Bending History series of publications drawn from the work of Dean Joseph Wesley Mathews and his colleagues at the Institute of Cultural Affairs located in 25 countries across 6 continents and w celebrating 5 decades of work and global service.