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Multimedia Interfaith Efforts Expand at RFP USA

February and March have been big multimedia months at Religions for Peace USA, and we are not slowing down.

Next Webinar, March 27, 3PM ET – Talking about Interfaith Families

Susan Katz Miller is challenging the traditional wisdom that children in multifaith families should be raised in a single tradition. She will be the featured guest in RFP USA’s next live webinar, March 27 at 3PM ET. The webinar will be hosted here. Sign up for it by following this link!

Katz Miller is the author Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family (2013). A Jewish woman with a Christian husband, they raised their children in both traditions, along with hundreds of others who are doing the same, with remarkable, positive outcomes. Her well-received book delves what into what happens when you grow up the child of parents of different faiths. Then what happens when you yourself fall in love and commit yourself to someone who identifies religiously as other than you? And when the children arrive, how will they be raised…?

Check out the two-minute video on the right – Susan tells the touching story of what led her on a remarkable interfaith family spiritual path.

We are excited to have Susan Katz Miller join us this month for a live video webinar through Google Hangouts on Air. Attend and bring your questions for her.

The Best of Interfaith Series for Free

The 30-minute tutorial on your right walks you through the winter webinar series, The Best of Interfaith, co-sponsored by RFP USA and the El Hibri Foundation. The series arose from our work in the interfaith community and the perceived need for more in-depth conversation about how we in the interfaith movement talk with each other – and to those outside this work – about what we do. In all, it has been a deeper dialogue about interfaith peace, how to work for peace together, and how our religious or communities of goodwill call for peace. This short video seeks to garner what we learned through these conversations with the best and the brightest interfaith activists we could find. Take a look!