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TIO In 2012

By Paul Chaffee

Interfaith collaboration means finding yourself in unlikely settings with friends from around the world. Here Mussie Hailu, l., Africa’s Golden Rule Ambassador, Paul McKenna, creator of the Golden Rule poster, and Sam Muyskens, executive director of Inter-Faith Ministries of Wichita, Kansas, sit together in Sikh head-scarves following a prayer service in Phoenix, Arizona.

Interfaith collaboration means finding yourself in unlikely settings with friends from around the world. Here Mussie Hailu, l., Africa’s Golden Rule Ambassador, Paul McKenna, creator of the Golden Rule poster, and Sam Muyskens, executive director of Inter-Faith Ministries of Wichita, Kansas, sit together in Sikh head-scarves following a prayer service in Phoenix, Arizona.

How does one make sense of the ‘interfaith culture’ emerging in our midst? In this vast arena, how do we get a sense of the whole? TIO’s first three issues focused on

The December 15 issue will explore all sorts of issues, a practice we’ll continue every other month in 2012 (February, April, June, August, October, and December). These ‘even’ month issues will continue to feature news and reports, interfaith opportunities, major events, and religious calendars.

The ‘odd’ month issues will feature the following themes:

January Meaning Making (theology, spirituality, and more…)

March Renewing the Movement: Young Adults, Women & Indigenous Traditions

May The Big Issues – Peace, the Earth, Economics, and…

July Service & Funding: Becoming Interfaith Activists & Paying Our Bills

September Interfaith Education

November Interfaith in a Digital World

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