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Hopefully Divided

Hopefully Divided

By Fred Wilgenburg
Hopefully Divided, or hopelessly divided? The reality is, there are big divisions in understandings, in spirituality, in lifestyles, in attitudes, in perspectives. Join Fred Wilgenburg in a search for common ground, as he works through diverse subjects, with a broad spectrum of people. To also read his blogs and other thoughtful material, visit www.PeaceWithinReach.com.
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A SEARCH FOR COMMON GROUND: LET'S TALK book audio
Hmmm, a choice to be empathetic, engaged, and interested in common ground that we share, or indifferent, stuck, and of little impact. The right choice may be clear, but it's a work in progress for most of us.
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PEACE WITHIN REACH book audio
This is an audio of the book Peace Within Reach. Peace is within reach for every person. It doesn't matter where you are at, or what you feel like, or what you have done. Peace is within your reach! We're not talking about a temporary kind of peace that you might be able to purchase, to get you by for awhile. We're talking about a lasting, overriding-all-kinds-of-struggle kind of peace.  
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Insight From a Former Muslim
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Dwayne Williams, an African American pastor, discusses the firing of Megyn Kelly of NBC News over her misunderstanding of “blackface,” among other things. 
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  Dale Hemming is a freethinker who puts his money where his mouth is. This can be disturbing to Christians and conservatives, but they need to meet Dale.
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