People of faith are usually called to love their God – body, mind and soul. If we are genuinely committed to doing that we must allow our minds to challenge all that we believe.
It’s a space for me to be myself, to be at ease, connected and creative.
There are many passages in the Bible which we reject as not a valid part of our faith now.
October 21-22 weekend, the Bahá’í community celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of their Prophet and Founder, Bahá’u’lláh.
We often think that children have very simple young minds. However, if they connect with people of faith, they often remind us that their thinking goes deeper and wider than we may imagine.
We often miss initiatives which would inspire us to have deeper hope in the way that we live – hope that invites us to “feed those around us”.
One reason we despise the climate of fear is that it takes up the time and energy we would rather spend productively on the pastimes just mentioned. Even…
As we grow old, many of us find ourselves reflecting on numbers of questions.
As a nation we need forgiveness for all the wrong things done, both officially and privately.
The reality is that we cannot genuinely love our God if we do not express that love in the world around us.