Filmed at the British Museum, Bishop Dinis Sengulane – the retired bishop of the Diocese of Lebombo in Mozambique – speaks about his experience of chasing the leader of the rebel group in Mozambique across Africa in order to deliver the message of reconciliation. When offered a chance to explain the Bishop opened the Scriptures. It was the words of Jesus read and shared that brought about a change of heart.
The Throne of Weapons speaks of the effectiveness of reconciliation in his land. It was created by local artist Cristovao Canhavato (Kester) from decommissioned guns. The guns themselves had been traded by Bishop Dinis for agricultural implements.