Yes! Great message. There are so many good people from every religion (and non-religion). I love finding ways we are so alike in our love of God (or love of the truth or love of service, etc.) and our desires to do good in the world. I also love the deep ways we can learn from each other. The Gospel is all about gathering in all the good there is in the world, so we need to be searching to find it and making friends with those who embody it!
Thanks for the article...
I too am an interfaith specialist... this year I have taken it upon myself to observe Ramadhan by fasting for the month alongside my Muslim brothers and sisters. I am gaining so much respect for them as I learn more about this sacred time of the year.... imagine all our fast days rolled into one then times it by two... and add a bit....
We all have so much to learn from each other when we choose to look outside our comfy little boxes.
Glad to hear some interfaith news on the mag....
Great insight, Joni. When you think about, it is a little arrogant to assume that the Lord would only use the 16 million Church members to advance his Kingdom when there are billions of good people around the world. I've personally found that focusing on what I have in common with others--even amidst dramatic differences--always leads to be a better experience.
Great article, Joni. The insights in the doctrine that were given at that fireside were very intriguing.
Another great article from a great writer
Your dad sounds like my dad
The interfaith fireside was awesome
We sat next to a non member who used an Uber to come to the gathering. I told her I was an Uber driver and my wife and I gave her a free Uber ride home
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