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See the Face of Jesus in the Hillside?

A landslide in a ravine has revealed an interesting apparition of the face of Jesus (God’s peace be upon him) on the rocky face of a forested hillside in Colombia. According to El Tiempo, a Colombian newspaper, viewers are flocking in the thousands to the site on the outskirts of San Francisco, in the southern […]

April 4th

JERUSALEM 3D Imax Movie Premiering Soon!

Sacred to more than half of Earth’s population, Jerusalem has been fought over more than any other place in history. It has been conquered and destroyed, rebuilt, and reinvented repeatedly for over 5,000 years. Now, for the first time in over 25 years, filming has been allowed to capture the glory of Jerusalem, the most […]

February 14th

Creation in the Christian New Testament Bible

There’s only one Earth, and to protect it from the damages that human beings are inflicting upon it, we must compel ourselves and each other to work together. Adopting a common purpose to protect our environment among people who are widely differing may not seem like an easy task. But understanding and accepting people with […]

December 13th

Churches Turn Black Friday Into Bless Friday

This post is part of Important Media’s More Love, Less Stuff holiday event. We’re sharing ideas to redefine holiday traditions to be less about stuff and more about gratitude, compassion, and love. Today is Black Friday. If you haven’t received the emails, seen the commercials, or heard about Walmart’sĀ amazing Black Friday deals from Melissa Joan […]

November 28th

Israel, Palestine, and the Jordan River Water Crisis

A visit to the holy land of Israel is a dream shared worldwide by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. The nightmare of political upheaval in the region sickens us all to the depths of our souls. While this nightmare continues to claim our attention, another nightmare goes unnoticed, suffering sadly from our lack of attention. The […]

September 11th

How to Get Rich Spiritually: Is it Quality or Quantity?

How can you get rich? Normally, you would think you need more of something, more money, more cars, more high heels. But what matters when it comes to our spiritual connections, our service to God and others, our stewardship of the earth, and the care of our own souls? Do we need more of something […]

August 11th

Christianity and Environment @ First Church of Berkeley

In the second of the First Congregational Church of Berkeley’s series titled, “Interfaith Perspectives on the Environment,” I had the opportunity to sit down with Marilyn Matevia, a recent PhD from the Graduate Theological Union in ethics and social theory. We discussed the theological interpretations of environmentalism as rooted in the Bible, as well as […]

August 4th