My new ministers, Michael Brown and Jim Parrish, as well as all those I have met at this church. My ACIM leaders Mary Tantan and Deb Brown and all my friends at ACIM.
My favorite spiritual places:
I love the ocean, and the woods by our home in Il.
Interreligious causes I care about:
ACIM and The World Parliament of Religions
Changes I am working toward in my community:
Freedom for Palestine
I was a Ministers wife in a very conservative Christian faith, and began to be troubled about divisions, and the idea of Hell. I was wrong in believing I could change the thinking of my fellow christians, and was told my beliefs were not accepted there. Hurtful, but inevitable.
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IF WE BELİEVE İN GOD WE ARE BROTHERS
My name is called as Engin AKSU. I am the writer myself and living in the city Kütahya in Türkiye. Also I work as a Turkish teacher in my own country. "Divine Brotherhood" was published by Red Lead Press in 2007 and it is open to sales in Amazon.com now.
The events in the book take place in London İn England. The Preface of the book has been written by Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU.
Galip Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU focusses on Love, Peace and Brotherhood for a new start in the life and a new way to live in his books and sayings in the web-site www.galibi.com .
Can you share your thoughts with us by looking into www.galibi.com or searching on him in the frame of Religions' Diologue.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts in the most possible time.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts as soon as possible, so that we would like to pray for you to go to heaven
Charlene, nice meeting you. I will love to corespond with you more and more so as to know more about your experience as a woman and all that you have gone and also how you were able to turn things around.
Charlene...It was Christian Church ~ Church of Christ. I hope not all segments of it now still deal with other faiths the way they did when I was being raised, but I'm not certain. I'm willing to listen to ANYone of ANY faith, but that is not how I was raised to believe. And, in my listening, I'm not trying to come up with a way to convert the other person to my faith or to my belief system. My heart has guided me to interfaith, and the expression of my heart-felt spirituality. Thanks for writing. This dialog is personally freeing for me. Susun