Ambassadors in Action - Bridges To Common Ground

Ambassadors in Action

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    An Organic, De-centralized, Community-centric Model To:

    • Encourage Constructive Actions & Fruitful Friendships
    • Inspire A Solutions Based Approach Proven To Work In Real World Applications
    • Directly Dispel Deadly Misunderstandings Causing Radicalism & Islamaphobia

    [The work of Bridges To Common Ground] teaches us how to transform barriers into bridges and promote respect and understanding between Muslim and Christian believers.

    Dr. Sayyid M. Syeed,

    National Director Islamic Society of North America (ADM Endorsement)

    Why?

    • Highlight The Community "Common Ground"
    • Fulfill The Greatest Commandment - To Love God & Neighbor
    • Counteract The "Deadly Misunderstandings" Dividing Us

    I have experienced first-hand the strategy [of Bridges]: that [is] “loving our enemies,” has the power to counter the threat of religious extremism.

    Hon. Tony Hall ,

    U.S. Congressman & Ambassador To The U.N.

Priorities

    With Political, Racial & Religious Tensions On The Rise; We Need A New Strategy:

    • To Inspire – focus on spiritual solutions & the most important aspects of our faith.
    • To Educate – share discoveries, research, strategies & stories that bring new light to divisive misunderstandings.
    • To Mobilize – diverse people groups despite our differences & work together to impact our community.

Community Response Teams

Team members are experienced in responding to a wide variety of issues ranging from personal tragedies, political and religious conflicts and even defusing wars or inspiring reconciliation in the aftermath of terror attacks. 

​This model is designed so that it can be replicated across the country. The Toolkit will be used to equip & support our localized "Ambassadors in Action" programs.

Our Toolkit

​Tools & Templates to Equip Muslims & Christians; Together Inspiring Reconciliation with God & with Neighbor.

The Toolkit equips Christians & Muslims that want to take action, but have no idea how or where to begin. Outlining simple and practical steps to engage one another like never before. Address the difficult issues and dispel the "deadly misunderstandings."

We have designed The Toolkit to equip individuals, community groups and leaders with the necessary resources to interact with their Muslim or Christian neighbors.

Communities Ready To Participate

  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Clifton, New Jersey
  • New York, New York
  • San Ramon, California
  • Houston, TX
  • Millstadt, Illinois
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Lewiston, Maine
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Spokane, Washington
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Austin, Texas

Values

  • Integrity - It's important to deal honestly & respectfully with one another.
  • Simplicity - Friendship first, building relationships & spiritual understanding together.
  • Relationships - We will honor one another & seek reconciliation as needed.
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