A collection of inspirational videos and text featuring America’s finest religious thinkers, stories of personal faith, and reflections on spiritual topics, gathered from television broadcasts of 30 Good Minutes, a weekly multifaith program in Chicago.
Author, teacher and pastor, John Killinger, reflects on compassion. In all our religions, he says, true spirituality is something that sensitizes us to the plight of others and helps us to reach out to them in simple love and generosity.
This archived 30 Good Minutes program, titled “The Spirituality of Compassion” originally aired in November 2010.
John Killinger has been pastor of seven churches, a teacher at seven colleges and is the author of seventy books and counting. John says he’s interested in almost everything, which explains the volume of his output. But he considers himself, above all, a storyteller. He says what’s on his mind about theology, or politics, or spirituality, which sometimes gets him in trouble, but he loves God and life and people, and sums up all of Christian theology in a single word: Love. Click here to watch.
Rohina Malik - Reflection on Walking the Middle Path
I think the way to find the middle path begins with knowledge and reading the signs of God, that exist not only in the horizon, but within us. Have you walked on the middle path? Have you found Rumi’s field? My life is dedicated to walking on the middle path, and if I find Rumi’s field, I hope I’ll meet you there.