Political Action & Spirituality

In what ways can spirituality bridge divided political lines? How can people of faith resist, work with, help, re-imagine, or challenge governments in helpful and sustainable...

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Ashley Coleman: Correcting Misconceptions

Ashley Coleman, Adult Education Coordinator for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment, corrects several misconceptions about Tennessee's...

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TIRRC: Breaking the Silence

Pratik Dash, campaign organizer for the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, speaks about breaking the silence through empowering people to...

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TIRRC | Empowering Immigrants & Refugees

Ashley Coleman, Adult Education Coordinator for the Nashville International Center for Empowerment, discusses the importance of supporting immigrants...

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Pratik Dash: "They're Having Their Voice Heard"

Pratik Dash, campaign organizer for the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, highlights the resilience of Tennessee's immigrant community...

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Elections and Voting: Finding Home in Our Share...

Refugees and immigrants talk about the importance of our shared humanity, specifically in light of the election and the importance of voting.

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Stacy Rector: Faith and Politics

Rev. Stacy Rector, Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty shares her thoughts on the connection between faith and...

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Guided Paths
This Guide features Rev. Stacy Rector, Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty. Through each piece, we invite reflection on the connection of faith and politics.
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Use the following Action steps to get involved with Faith and Politics in your context!
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Reflections
Use the following piece as a reflection for the video, "Stacy Rector: Faith and Politics". Feel free to think critically about the questions individually, or use them in a group discussion.
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Encounters
Rev. Stacy Rector, Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty shares her thoughts on the connection between faith and politics.
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Guided Paths
Finding common ground makes it easier to search and discover: "Just what does my faith say about this?"
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Reflections
“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” ~ Rumi
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Finding Common Ground

We are to remember in that for God, the point is not that we are right. The point, for as long as we can sustain in a healthy manner, is to be in relationship. This takes practice.
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Encounters
Finding common ground makes it easier to search and discover: "Just what does my faith say about this?"
over 2 years ago
Guided Paths
In this Guide, we hear from Stacy Rector, the Executive Director of Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty. In it, she talks about the miracle of forgiveness and how she's experienced and witnessed it in her context.
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Actions
The following Action is an excerpt from The Upper Room book, Forgiveness: Perspectives on Making Peace with Your Past.
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