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Mountain Top Lectures – A Changing Christianity in a Changing World

From: August 2, 2014 to August 2, 2014

As more Christians attempt to become “followers” as opposed to “believers” how will that impact our faith communities? What kind of faith communities might be birthed out of this movement? With the focus on a path that could change lives, communities and even societies, the challenges are extensive but the rewards could be bountiful.

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Forgiveness: Growth in Love

From: August 4, 2014 to August 29, 2014

Forgiving is one of the most difficult and complex gestures and yet, like love, it is one of the things which defines the essence of our humanity. In fact, the contemplative dimension of forgiveness reveals that at its core, forgiveness is a divine gift of love, a movement of love so profound that it reveals the truth of our nature — fully human and enlivened with the divine potential.

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Event Types: eCourse.

The Gifts Of The Shadow: The Play Of Light and Darkness in the Kingdom of God

From: August 9, 2014 to August 17, 2014

The Gifts Of The Shadow: The Play of Light and Darkness in the Kingdom of God. A Transformational Seminar.

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Event Types: Recommended Events.

FROM SANDY HOOK TO SEATTLE – Building the Compassionate Schools Movement

From: August 11, 2014 to August 12, 2014

  Following the tragedy in Newtown, CT, Dr. Christopher Kukk and Scarlett Lewis, mother of 6-year-old Jesse Lewis, began work to weave compassion into schools. They met with President Obama and soon after with his sister, Maya …

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Event Types: Recommended Events.

St. Buddha’s Day

From: August 24, 2014 to August 26, 2014

Long ago, Christianity accidentally made Buddha into one of its saints. For a while in the Middle Ages, an apocryphal story about Ioasaph, a philosophically-minded Indian prince who converted to Christianity, circulated widely in Europe. The Eastern Orthodox Church gave him a “saint’s day” on its calendar. Historians believe that Ioasaph was Bodhisattva, the Buddha. St. Buddha’s Day is an opportunity for churches to honor the contributions of Buddhism to global spirituality.

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Event Types: Recommended Events.

Progressive Spirituality New Zealand, Beyond the Borders

From: August 28, 2014 to August 31, 2014

Beyond the Borders 2014 will bring together people who seek ways of living and believing that welcome new scientific, social and religious wisdom, are seeking to share in the human search for peace and justice and welcome the wisdom bequeathed to humanity from religions other than one they inherited.

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