Our society offers increasing opportunities for religious travel, to visit, engage and encounter diverse religious communities. Does such "travel" matter? What is its importance and what does it offer us? In this talk, an experienced traveller and guide for others will look back on what such travel has taught him.
Random grace. Casual grace. Saving grace. Universal grace. Transcendent grace. Transformative grace. All are here around us and among us. This is why we live constantly in grace.
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As a Program Manager at USC Canada, an international social justice and development agency that works with farming communities to secure local food and seed in a system to support sustainable livelihoods, Kate will tell us about projects carried out by the USC, especially in Bangladesh.
It seems that fear is part of our human existence. Shall we work to banish it from our lives or should we strive to be its friend?
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