We believe, with the general public, that all faith leaders should be able to be found in one place.
We, faith leaders, have a public component to our callings, as well as some less public components. The 21st-century public expects to find public figures like faith leaders in the public square.
Many of us can be found publicly in our pulpits. But first, the public wants to meet us on neutral territory. So, from the safety of their home turf, they surf the web to meet our individual, smiling faces. And we should meet them halfway, our profile should be there, online.
The public also respects faith leaders who are active, visible leaders in their wider community. They intuit strength, confidence, and global awareness with leaders who have collegial, interfaith relationships. Courage and security are associated with leaders who are in conversation with other traditions. Being side-by-side in the faith leader directory implicates all of these positive values for faith leaders in the directory.
Those implications may be true or false initially but can, in fact, bring about the admired traits. This directory can help you find surrounding faith leaders and build relationships in your wider community! Just like the general public can discover the ministries you are already leading, you can discover what diverse faith leaders are doing nearby.
Any faith leader can submit a ministry profile today.
Every faith leader will also gain access to the community of published faith leaders in our Profiles Facebook group.
United Faith Leaders has also created a free Facebook Group for every state. Capitalize on this opportunity to network and communicate regarding issues that matter among your regional colleagues.
Together we can bear God’s love to the world.
by telling your faith leaders that you would like to see them in the directory.
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