why inter-faith dialogue is something easier than intra-faith dialogue.

By Kathy Escobar / April 25, 2016 / 2 Comments

Last month the Refuge hosted an Interfaith Learning Party at The Refuge. It was so beautiful and fun and one of my dreams for this year. We had a full house […]

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habits of the heart

By Kathy Escobar / October 29, 2013 / 5 Comments

through an awesome friend’s connection, i recently became part of an inter-faith group here in denver, faith leaders from many different traditions coming together once a month to share and […]

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formation friday: our inner pharisee

By Kathy Escobar / June 22, 2013 / 15 Comments

once in a while it’s fun to focus in on one topic longer than a post, and i am glad for the different responses to “healing the divides” week; if […]

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deeper dignified dialogue

By Kathy Escobar / June 20, 2013 / 9 Comments

last year i was part of the denver faith & justice conference, a lovely event that included so many wonderful conversations. as part of the kick off, we set up […]

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breaking down walls

By Kathy Escobar / June 19, 2013 / 7 Comments

this week is “healing the divides” week here on the blog, and i’ve loved the feedback and responses to the first two posts: 8 ways those from more liberal-progressive and […]

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safer people make safer conversations

By Kathy Escobar / June 18, 2013 / 10 Comments

this week is “healing the divides” week here at the blog, a few different posts centered on creating ways to love each other better despite our differences.  we started yesterday […]

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8 ways those from more liberal-progressive and conservative-evangelical persuasions can better love each other

By Kathy Escobar / June 17, 2013 / 36 Comments

* it’s going to be a busy 2 weeks on the blog and then i’m going to take all of july & august off so i can enjoy my kids […]

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intra-faith dialogue.

By Kathy Escobar / April 4, 2013 / 30 Comments

last week i was in a fun conversation with some dear friends (planning our next theology camp!) about how hard it is to hold the space for differing theological perspectives on […]

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