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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Terry Kyllo. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Terry Kyllo, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Terry Kyllo. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Terry Kyllo, often where they are interviewed.

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Intro to Christianity with Terry Kyllo

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Pastor Terry Kyllo of Paths to Understanding will attempt an introduction to Christianity. Terry will begin by drawing out the meaning of Jesus’ invitation to discipleship “the kingdom of God has come near; repent and trust and act in the good news.” Terry will explore Jesus as a first century leader within the Abrahamic Tradition. This is especially important in a time when Christians are being called to recognize and repent of the distortion of faith wrought by Constantinian Christianity, the Doctrines of Discovery and centuries of white, Christian supremacy.

Teaching Faculty: Pastor Terry Kyllo

Jul 01 2020 · 59mins
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Aneelah Afzali and Rev. Terry Kyllo talk about nonviolent activism in the wake of George Floyd's death

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Aneelah Afzali is the Executive Director of the American Muslim Empowerment Network, AMEN, in Washington State, USA. Rev. Terry Kyllo is the Executive Director of Paths to Understanding: Bridging Bias and Building Unity. Afzali and Kyllo have held numerous talks and workshops together to address Islamophobia while offering solution of peace, understanding and overcoming biases. Afzali and Kyllo talk with Sara Jamshidi about “Faith over Fear” initiative and “Neighbors in Faith.”

Jun 03 2020 · 51mins
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Neighbors In Faith With Terry Kyllo

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"Dehumanization is on the rise. We have to be really thoughtful in our understanding of what it is and how it functions. Dehumanization is when someone proposes there is an us and them and the them is a threat to the vulnerable, our culture, or our physical existence. When someone proposes a them that might be a threat, the fear becomes real even if the threat isn't."

The Rev. Terry Kyllo is a Lutheran pastor serving as the director of Neighbors in Faith. He began this work part-time in September of 2016 and full-time in September 0f 2017. A graduate of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, he has been a pastor since 1991 and has served in partnership between Episcopalians and Lutherans since 2004. He is the author of two books, Being Human and Apprenticeship. Terry was the recipient of the Faith Action Network Interfaith Leadership Award in 2016, the Interfaith Leadership Award from the Muslim Association of Puget Sound in 2017, the Sultan and Saint Peace award in 2017, and the Muslim Association of Puget Sound 2018 “Inbound Good” award for a non-Muslim who benefited the Muslim Community.

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Jul 22 2019 · 10mins
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Fitting In - Pastor Terry Kyllo

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Guest Pastor Terry Kyllo preaches on trying to fit in, but we are all God's special children (Luke 4:1-13)
Mar 10 2019 · 15mins
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Interfaith with Rev. Terry Kyllo

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The Rev. Terry Kyllo is an ELCA pastor serving as the director of Neighbors in Faith an interfaith effort to recognize Muslims as neighbors and partners in building a more peaceful world, authorized by the Episcopal and Lutheran churches in western Washington. A graduate of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, he has been a pastor since 1991 and has served in partnership between Episcopalians and Lutherans since 2004. He is the author of two books, Being Human and Apprenticeship. He feels that interfaith dialogue is essential in learning to live with each other given our cultural differences. He and his wife Sheryl live in Anacortes, WA. They have two daughters. Terry was the recipient of the Faith Action Network Interfaith Leadership Award in 2016, the Interfaith Leadership Award from the Muslim Association of Puget Sound in 2017, and the Sultan and Saint Peace award in 2017.

To learn more about Holden Village, visit: www.holdenvillage.org or to listen to more audio recordings visit: http://audio.holdenvillage.org
Jan 24 2019 · 13mins
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Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany - The Rev. Terry Kyllo

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Jan 29 2017 · 14mins