Creating Interfaith Community

 

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Who is that kid next door?
Creating Interfaith Community

youth study coverYounger Christians are growing up in an increasingly interreligious world. They go to school and live in communities with others from Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, and other faiths. They see religious conflicts in the news on a daily basis. And they question whether their Christian faith is mature enough to engage in dialogue and live in harmony with those of other faiths.

This is a book of stories told by youth from a variety of religious backgrounds about quests for peace and justice in our world through which they learn about each other.

These stories will engage youth in discussions on interfaith issues, on personal faith journeys as Christians, and on the quest to live with others in an interreligious community. This resource can be used in a classroom, retreat or youth group setting.

See Print and AV Resources for ordering information.

Web-based youth resources are available at http://gbgm-umc.org/missionstudies/interfaith_yth/.

Creating Interfaith Community
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