INTERFAITH AMIGOS & AUTHORS
Imam Jamal Rahman, Rabbi Ted Falcon, and Pastor Don Mackenzie became known as the Interfaith Amigos after 9/11 through their innovative approaches to interfaith dialogue.
They discovered shared basic beliefs in the same God and unity in the three Abrahamic faiths. They coalesced as the Interfaith Amigos to offer spiritual wisdom, humor and hope to overcome sectarian conflict and violence.
The Interfaith Amigos present across the U.S., and globally in Canada, Japan and Israel-Palestine. They speak to spiritual communities, colleges, conferences and world religious organizations. They also have done TEDx talks; their own radio show; and interviews with many media outlets, including The New York Times, CBS and BBC news.
Finding Peace through Spiritual Practice is their third book.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST INTERFAITH AMIGOS
Greater Seattle is the home of the Interfaith Amigos. When Pastor Don Mackenzie moved to Minneapolis in 2013, the Amigos invited Pastor Dave Brown to join them for regional programs as the Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos. Pastor Dave leads Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Tacoma.
More information about the Amigos is available at their website: