Tag: interfaith marriage

After the Nuptials: Clergy Encouragement of the Spiritual Practices of Mixed-Faith Couples

I’m so grateful for the good folks at the Hindu online magazine, The Harmonist, who have published an article I wrote on clergy encouragement of the spiritual practices of interfaith partners. Here’s an excerpt: Observers might use the term “quandary” or “mixed blessing” to describe marriages like mine, which is four 

Saffron Cross Wins USA Best Book Award 2014

  Last week, I wrote on Impostor’s Syndrome, a phenomenon that creeps into our professional lives when things are going well. The day I published that post, I received an email from my publisher stating that my first book, Saffron Cross, had won a USA Best Book Award 

Interfaith Inspiration: A Baptist-Muslim Love Story

Our second Saffron Cross anniversary reflection comes from Sarah Amick, who hails from the Christian tradition and is engaged to a Muslim. Sarah shares her first encounter with the book and how it’s help her realize that a happy, successful interfaith marriage is possible. Thanks for 

Christian-Buddhist Double Header: An Exploration of Interfaith Worship Inspired by Saffron Cross

Friends, today is the day! Happy anniversary, Saffron Cross! To celebrate one-year of joining thousands of interfaith partners and friends in spreading the  love, the Kindle version of Saffron Cross is available this week for only $2.99. Today, we welcome Kate Rademacher back to the blog. Kate 

Saffron Cross 2014 Fall Tour

On the road again … To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the release of Saffron Cross, Fred and I are heading out an abbreviated fall book tour. Come see us: Monday, September 15, 7:30 p.m., Saffron Cross: Interfaith Love, Life, and Lessons at Elon University, Elon, NC 

Wild Goose Festival 2014: What Does “Living Liberation” Mean?

What is “Living Liberation” mean for me? What does it mean for you? I’m about to find out. My hunch is that this year’s Wild Goose Festival is about challenging the status quo of Christianity, religion, spirituality, culture, and politics. “Living Liberation! simply means “learning to