Isaiah''s vision of Peace and reconciliation challenges and encourages people who are engaged in the ministry of peace and reconciliation. It requires that people should established Well-structured discourse of communication, creating possible alternatives for dialogue, sharing, mutability, and hospitality. This can only be possible when the walls of separation are removed and negotiated boundaries made permeable for fellowship to take place. This book which is based on an Ecumenical analysis of Isaiah 19 empower corporate actions for healing and restoring broken relationships. It will be useful especially useful to ecumenists, theological students and those engage in peace making.