Three mothers -- a Christian, a Jew and a Muslim -- joined together to write a children's book about faith connections. Their heated debates and discussions led to a book ... and a movement. The Faith Club is inspiring women around the country to form groups to meet for open and honest dialogues about religion. Women everywhere are discovering the core values that connect all faiths ... and exploring the myths and misunderstandings that divide them. Cutting through cultural and faith stereotypes ... Friday at nine on The Sound of Ideas.
This book will be discussed at the main branch of the Shaker Heights Public Library on Wednesday November 14th. For more information, see the program listing on the library website.
If you want to learn more about "The Faith Club" book and the authors check out their website.
Looking to explore your faith? Beliefnet.com has articles that may interest you. We Believe Ohio, is an interfaith group devoted to social justice
Do you want to start your own faith club? You can sign up here and let people know where they can find you!
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