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Arts Vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Change

SOS (Save Our Souls) Art Cincinnati : Arts as Vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Change.  

SOS ART, founded in 2003, is a 501c3 organization which has for primary objectives to: Encourage, promote and provide opportunities for the arts as dynamic vehicles for peace and justice and for a better world. Encourage artists to use their... Continue Reading →

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“Divinity of Diversity” and “Multi Faith Enriching” Are the Mottos of Reverend Alan Dicken’s Ministry

"God is on the side of the oppressed," says Reverend Alan Dicken. "In the Christian tradition Jesus came not as a ruler or a conqueror, but rather as a vulnerable infant, and he spent his time with the poor, the... Continue Reading →

Spirituality, Social Justice & JustLOVE Are at the Heart of Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp’s Life, Actions & Pastorship

As she was growing up, Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp's maternal grandfather would always tell her she needed to become a rabbi to continue the Jewish tradition in her family. She was born to a Jewish mother and to a Catholic Belgian... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Freedom and Inclusive Love Dictate Daniel Schneider’s Actions & Advocacy for Social Justice

When Daniel Schneider was 8 years old, he learned that about a mile south of where he lived, in Shelby County, OH, was a church previously attended by black people from the Rumley community, a community established around 1840 as... Continue Reading →

Community Organizing and Political Advocacy Are Reverend Nelson Pierce’s Powerful Tools for Systemic Changes toward Justice.

Reverend Nelson Pierce knew, as early as 3 years old, that he wanted to become a minister. He started preparing himself for it since the age of 13 through the Baptist church that he attended regularly with his parents. "I... Continue Reading →

Inclusion, Contemplation and Action Are the Tenets of Reverend Troy Bronsink’s Faith; They Help Him Manifest and Make Tangible the Presence of God

"I grew up inside a Christian bubble," says Reverend Troy Bronsink. "My parents, Evangelical Christians, raised me in that tradition, and all I knew growing up were the youth groups of the typical Bible belt megachurch I attended in Charlotte,... Continue Reading →

Connecting with the Spiritual, Deb Simons-Reeves, a Christian Scientist & Practitioner, Extends her Help and Prayers to Others to Manifest the Presence of God

"I was born an activist with a natural inclination at helping people," says Deb Simons-Reeves. "Already as a child I wanted badly to help my father who was an alcoholic." Simons-Reeves grew up in Saugatuck, a small resort town on... Continue Reading →

Rejecting Hierarchical Divisions, Paul Breidenbach, an Atheist, Uses His Knowledge of Spanish to Help Immigrants Regain Their Equal Rights

Paul Breidenbach grew up in a Catholic family, one which had to relocate frequently, mostly in South America, due to his father's employment at the State Department. As a child, he went to church every week and participated in various... Continue Reading →

For Adam Clark, Professor of Theology, Doing God’s Work Is Righting Relationships, Healing Brokenness, and Showing Solidarity with the Poor & Oppressed

"One candle can light thousands of matches," says Adam Clark, "and we have to let the light grow." Clark, a doctor in divinity and an associate Professor in the Theology Department at Xavier University, uses his Christian faith, along with... Continue Reading →

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