San Diego Regional Interfaith Collaborativesupporting the multi-religious network for communication, compassion and service
Basis for Interfaith Collaboration and Guidelines for Action
1993 agreement at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, authored by Hans Kung.
1999 guidelines presented at the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Based on the 1993 agreement.
Guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue
Second Edition Interfaith Prayers Expands Faith Traditions
The first edition of the Interfaith Prayer Book released in 2001 proved to be immensely popular for use both at interfaith gatherings and for personal reflection, having found its way into hospitals, motel rooms and college classrooms as well as places of worship all around the world. Contained selected prayers of six religious traditions; Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Muslim and Bahá’í, the expanded edition includes prayers from eight additional traditions; Native African, Native American, Zoroastrian, Taoist, Confucian, Shinto, Jain and Sikh.
“Birds of a Feather Flock Together”
Video: The Benefits of Interfaith Relationships
Part 1 – Expands Our Consciousness
Part 2 – Reduces the Barriers of Fear
3 New Books from All Faith Center
Dr. Steve’s 1st Novel draws you into the lives of a husband an wife team as they develop their psychic abilities to help bring clarity about reincarnation, hypnosis, past lifetimes and more. Experience with them the people and Angels they meet in in the Akashic Records and watch them bring people together to produce a spiritual community.
7 Billion Truths
Dr. Steve explores faith-based scientific, social and everyday life truths, from the beginning of time and how they shape our lives today. What did the Avatars really say!? The book will help you reconstruct a more positive, personal truth bubble and help you clarity, “What do I really believe? and What is Truth for Me?”
Empowered Women of Faith
Dr. Abigail’s first book offers you the personal stories of ten women from different faith traditions in a heart- warming revealing and many times frustrating remembrance of how they: Followed Their Heart,The Call, Broke the Mold, and Paved the Way for more women in their tradition.
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