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Beatitudes Beautifully Sung In Polish.

I’m in Poland speaking about the Blessed Beatitude Revolution. These are the Beatitudes beautifully sung in Polish. Dave

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Forgiving is the only way forward

Listen now https://radio.abc.net.au/search?service_guid=RN-bia-20160627-7526356 Download audio NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER DESMOND TUTU. THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION IN SOUTH AFRICA AFTER THE END OF APARTHEID IS A ROLE MODEL FOR THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS. Forgiving can sometimes look like an impossible task. How do you forgive murder, rape, genocide? After the end of apartheid in South Africa, […]

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What Do You Want?

http://bit.ly/1qv9DaY The question I ask myself on my 65th birthday: What do you think – on the other side of innocence? You’ve gambled and lost. Your love’s not enough. What do you feel – now that the grief is real? You’ve tried n’ you’ve failed. You’re tired n’ you’re frail. What do you want? What […]

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A Field Guide To Christian Nonviolence

A survey of 20th century theology shows that many Christians have grappled with violence, justice, and the gospel and arrived at conclusions quite different from Niebuhr—and from each other. These Christian witnesses for peace include familiar voices such as Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, Martin Luther King Jr., John Howard Yoder, and Stanley Hauerwas, but also […]

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Lessons For Seekers – Kahlil Gibran

Carol Kuruvilla 01/06/2016 09:32 pm ET Religion Associate Editor, The Huffington Post One of the most popular inspirational works of the last century was a collection of prose poems called The Prophet. Its author, Lebanese-American poet and artist Kahlil Gibran, was born 133 years ago this Wednesday. The Prophet offers the philosophical musings of a […]

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A Way Toward Neighborliness

Other Kingdom: Departing the Consumer Culture by Peter Block, Walter Brueggemann and John McKnight. Paperback: Wiley, 2016 [ Amazon ] [ Kindle ] Reviewed by C. Christopher Smith Several years ago, I took note for the first time of the collaborations of Walter Brueggemann, Peter Block and John McKnight. I suspect that Brueggemann’s name may be familiar […]

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Be Still And Know That I Am God

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On Love Of God And Neighbour

On October 13th 2007 C.E., a gathering of a wide range of Muslim leaders from a broad range of Muslim groups, organizations and denominations, wrote an Open Letter to Leaders of Christian Churches, everywhere. In this Open Letter they said: ‘Muslims and Christians together make up well over half of the world’s population. Without peace […]

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The Only Way To Go

The Only Way To Go http://bit.ly/1S6lOST The legendary journey begins for you today A journey you’ve been waiting for. You’ll soon be on your way. It’s the journey of our age – Into the grace – that’s Ancient of Days. A journey through reality- of blood and sweat and tears. A journey into mystery- a […]

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Oscar Romero: The Violence Of Love

Free Download: PLOUGH – From the stirring foreword by Henri Nouwen to the last page of Romero’s text, this powerful little volume of eloquent, simple meditations never wastes a word. Yet the real depth of Romero’s message lies not in his words themselves, poetic as they are. It lies in the life they give witness […]

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Joel McKerrow – Welcome Home

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In Search Of Community Today

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