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  • Supporting Diversity in Times of Hate: What is the role of multicultural community right now?

    Perhaps it is only natural. When we feel unsafe, we tend to look for security among those who share our experiences. Whether it is a question of religion or race or geography or history, or a composite of these, we find comfort in the voices and empathy of people who have “been...
    3/8/2017
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  • How do we live, now? Post-inauguration dispatches from the nation’s capital

    “How do we live, now?” The words filled the room with a heavy silence. It was Thursday evening, and just like every other Thursday evening, our Multidisciplinary Arts Team was stuffed into our studio for rehearsal. But this Thursday felt different. It was our first time together...
    By Erik W. Martínez Resly | 1/31/2017
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  • The Humor of Multiculturalism: What laughter means and why it matters

    It was very clear that the congregants had never heard hip hop in church before. Perhaps they had never heard it performed live, ever . So lucky for them, then, that their first exposure to this art form would come through The Sanctuaries . Osa and Ben were ready. They took to...
    1/5/2017
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  • More art! More soul! Why the world needs us to play big right now.

    We all know that these are troubling times. We’re witnessing the widespread resurgence of extremisms that distort difference into division to the point of divisiveness. Our country is tearing at the seams, and so many of the institutions that once brought us together are falling...
    By Erik W. Martínez Resly | 12/12/2016
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  • Stories From the Front Lines of Spiritual Innovation, Warts and All!

    Stories have saved me. In the churches I have had the privilege of leading, we counted on the stories of others. Yes, some of the innovations came from our own imaginations and experimentation. But mostly they were gifts from outside voices. The stories of brother and sister...
    By Scott Tayler | 12/12/2016
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