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A few weeks ago, I joined a group of college students and their advisors at Missouri State University for a weekend retreat on vocational discernment. What’s vocational discernment? It is spiritual (often Christian) language for trying to figure out what the heck you want to do with your life.
Before I became a student at Georgia State University in Atlanta, I was already an atheist and had been open about it for quite some time. My family and friends supported me, and I had experienced almost no backlash. But when I reached Georgia State, I felt isolated.
- #job with Interfaith Youth Core as a Student Leadership Associate for a May or June start. Perfect for IFYC alumni! https://t.co/4CuQvp0qXV
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- Thanks for great submissions from @RachaelKMcNeal @wenderlah @katieraegordon and more amazing Alumni who are helping to #changethestory
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Faiths Act Fellow Danny Richmond was featured in The Canadian Jewish News’ Cover Story on the 24 Jews who are changing the world.
Rev. Jen Bailey (former IFYC staff, Vanderbilt Divinity School) was invited to give the benediction at the Selma March Commemorative Church Service.
Alumni Chris Stedman weighs in at Religious News Service on #JeSuisCharlie and why you don’t have to support Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons to support free expression.
IFYC alumni Rev. Jennifer Bailey named on of 2015's faith leaders to watch by Center for American Progress.
Reflections on the Faiths Act Fellowship, a defining professional and personal experience.
Bilal remembers an act of kindness which inspired the spirit of generosity in him.