Dear Friend of 30 Good Minutes,
This year, 30 Good Minutes delivered unique and compelling stories and ideas to computer screens around the world. These stories have stirred compassion within and among us. Sister Joan Chittister taught us how we humans are actually “hard wired” to be compassionate. If you have not seen that program, go to the Sermon Archives section and check the programs listed under Joan Chittister.
In a world where religion is often the cause for war, 30 Good Minutes broadcast the groundbreaking One God series, where a Muslim, a Jew, and a Christian shared how the faith traditions of others did not threaten, but enriched, their own faith. You can find this series in Sermon Archives under Eboo Patel, Sherre Hirsch, and Christine Chakoian.
In the never-ending quest for peace, 30 Good Minutes shared stories about the many paths to inner peace, and stories that challenged us to work for peace. James Forbes shared wisdom about how healing within and healing for the world are related. Check for James Forbes in the Sermon Archives.
Where else can one find such a variety of faith stories and religious voices working together to foster compassion, reconciliation and peace in the world? Please consider giving a gift to 30 Good Minutes.
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