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By Kellie Anderson-Picallo
October 7, 2010
For this week of October 11th, Auburn has the thoughtful dialogue you’ve been waiting for surrounding the interfaith perfect storm of the NYC Park 51 Community Center. Don’t miss the full broadcast and podcast of Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit.
Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit Watch Auburn’s thoughtful conversation about what America's faith communities should be doing now to prepare for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Featuring Christian, Muslim, Jewish, and Sikh leaders--from their 20s to 70s—they together to answer the question of how religious leaders are being called to lead in new ways through this difficult moment of American history. Click here to watch Take the Bully Out of the Pulpit and click here to watch this week's Auburn's Today's Religious Leader Haroon Moghul.
In the News this Week: As the nation mourns the news of a gay teenager taking his own life, the real need for openly talking about LGBT in congregations of faith has never been more needed. Let Auburn’s documentary resources help you find a film for your community. Click here and here to learn how you can bring a compelling documentary resource to your community.
Looking to build your bold and resilient leadership? Sign up for Auburn’s Coaching Institute. Click here to listen to Rev. Dr. Laurie Ferguson who will lead this upcoming workshop.
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