This post was originally published on Huffington Post Religion.
This is my first trip to Europe. I've had the chance to rent a bike and tour around the beautiful English countryside that surrounds Madingly, a small town (there is only a few homes, a pub, town hall and a church) right outside of Cambridge, England.
One day when biking I pulled off on a "public…Continue
Added by Kelly West Figueroa-Ray on July 22, 2011 at 4:01am — No Comments
by Chris Stedman from State of Formation
“I still can’t believe this is what I do for living,” I thought to myself as I walked out of the airport in State College, Pennsylvania.
I was met by the Rev. David Witkovsky, Campus Chaplain for Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA, and Juniata Campus Ministry intern Lauren Seganos. “Welcome to rural Pennsylvania,” said Lauren as the crisp April wind…Continue
Added by The Parliament of Religions on July 19, 2011 at 10:50am — No Comments
Love and Peace, Family and Friends.
Shalom. Namaste. Sama. Pax. Salaam.
We are looking for colleagues to help us organise the 2nd Annual InterFaith Film Festival. Within the next month or so, we are gathering together to decide the specifics for IFFF2. Here is IFFF1: www.youtube.com/ifff2011ce; additional information can be found at:…Continue
Added by Peter FW Johannesen Osisi on July 18, 2011 at 12:32pm — No Comments
Do we dare have the audacity to hope for change in our very conflicted world? To create change? To make change? To expect change? To allow change?
Yes, I believe we do.
The Gaza bound flotilla from the United States, The Audacity of Hope, is stalled in Greece right now and has for over a week. In fact, Greece is blocking ten ships in the flotilla from sailing on to Gaza. With activists on board such as award-winning author, Alice Walker (…Continue