Welcome to the new Children of Abraham Coalition blog!

Welcome to the new Children of Abraham Coalition blog!

Welcome to the new Children of Abraham Coalition blog!

The Children of Abraham Coalition would like to wish you a warm welcome to our new space to share messages of interfaith peace. For those who may be new to our organization, the Children of Abraham Coalition is a Chicago area network of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian teens and adult leaders working for interfaith peace and a just
world.

The purpose and content of this blog will be guided by the Children of Abraham Coalition mission statement. Our mission is to educate others about the Abrahamic traditions, to be ambassadors for interfaith dialogue and to continue to learn about and build relationships between our religions as we work to fill the world with Salaam, Shalom, Peace.

The blog and other features of this website will allow anyone interested to easily contact with our organization, learn more about interfaith peace, and access our calendar of events. Past events include the 9/11 Potluck for Peace, Daughters of Abraham Coalition Events, and Peace Camp.

Future blog posts will feature stories of interfaith peace, insights into religious beliefs and practices, and descriptions of interfaith holidays. The blog will also provide updates about future events and activities.

The Abrahamic traditions share many beliefs, including loving others and peace. “Yet if we love one another, God remains in us, and his love is brought to perfection in us.”
—1 John 4, Christian Tradition

“On that day they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nations shall not lift sword against nation.” —Micah 4, Jewish Tradition

“O mankind, indeed we have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of God is the most righteous of you. Indeed. God is All Knowing.”
—Qu’ran 49:13, Islamic Tradition

If you have any questions about the new blog or the Children of Abraham Coalition, please refer to the contact tab above.

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