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Ecumenical and interfaith
Recent Blog posts
We've got a great idea for Christmas reading. Explore the 'research/browse' section of Circle of Faith, and open the bibliography for some eye-opening reading. This is a great way to be prepared for engaging and constructive discussions with other Christians .
I’ve been thinking about Paul’s letters to the churches in Corinth and Rome, and how he focuses more on the need for the early Christians to get along, to love each other, than to go out and preach the new gospel. Apparently, loving each other was as needed then as it’s needed today!
We have the privilege of seeing and feeling God's presence in our interactions with others, regardless of color or denomination. Then our understanding of God’s greatness only gets bigger--one more blessing gleaned from ecumenical involvement.
In recent years we’ve seen many examples of the power of ecumenical legislative efforts, ecumenical councils and teams. Yet my heart yearns to consider “Can ecumenicalprayerbe powerful?”