Cultivating an Interfaith Mindset in Rural Arkansas

26055702_395256380887231_813604204524835639_n.jpgWhile most interfaith resources are concentrated in urban areas, the need to cultivate hospitality toward other religions exists in rural areas as well. During this workshop, held March 3, 2018, we explored the characteristics of “an interfaith mindset,” learned about existing interfaith initiatives in rural Arkansas, and brainstormed new ways to cultivate interfaith understanding in areas where religious diversity is not readily apparent.

The workshop was sponsored by the Greater Arkansas Interfaith Network and facilitated by Dr. Jay McDaniel and the Rev. Teri Daily.

If you are interested in interfaith work in rural areas, join our Facebook Page Rural Arkansas Interfaith Network, a GAIN Group.

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