A deeply personal journey to interfaith collaboration that offers hope for an inclusive and healing way of being together in the world. Too often religion seems to fuel more hatred than love, more conflict than collaboration. Interfaith Talk Radio’s “interfaith amigos”—a pastor, a rabbi and a sheikh—provide a rich understanding of the road to interfaith collaboration by sharing their stories, challenges, and the inner spiritual work necessary to go beyond tolerance to a vital, inclusive spirituality.From their deep commitment and lived experience, they present ways we can work together to transcend the differences that have divided us historically. Together they explore:The five stages of the interfaith journey The power of our stories The core of our traditions The promises and problems of our traditions New dimensions of spiritual identity And much more Along with inspiring insights and encouragement for tapping into the promise of interfaith dialogue, they provide practical actions, additional readings and discussion questions to help you embody their revolutionary spirit of healing. Pastor Don Mackenzie, PhD, Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, and Sheikh Jamal Rahman, former hosts of Interfaith Talk Radio in Seattle, share an evolving process to deepen interfaith awareness. Their work promotes greater understanding between faith and also non-faith individuals and communities in order to discover the kinds of energies that can help transform and heal both person and planet.Pastor Don Mackenzie, PhD, is a minister of the United Church of Christ, and recently retired as minister and head of staff at University Congregational United Church of Christ in Seattle. Previously he served congregations in Hanover, New Hampshire, and Princeton, New Jersey. His interest in interfaith work began while a student at Macalester College and continued with his living and teaching in Sidon, Lebanon, in the year prior to the Six-Day War in 1967.Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, a popular teacher of Jewish meditation and spirituality, is founder of Makom Ohr Shalom, a synagogue focusing on Jewish spirituality in Los Angeles, and, with his wife, Ruth Neuwald Falcon, founder of Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue in Seattle. Ordained at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, he has served in Los Angeles as a congregational and then a campus rabbi. His books include Judaism For Dummies and A Journey of Awakening: Kabbalistic Meditations on the Tree of Life.Sheikh Jamal Rahman is co-founder and Muslim Sufi Minister at Interfaith Community Church and adjunct faculty at Seattle University. Jamal has a passion for interfaith work and travels often, presenting at retreats and workshops. His books include The Fragrance of Faith: The Enlightened Heart of Islam and Out of Darkness Into Light: Spiritual Guidance in the Qur’an with Reflections from Christian and Jewish Sources.