Our increasingly complex world is seemingly made more complex by the role of religion and faith in shaping events and affairs. The Milestones Project provides a clear and compelling way to understand the role of faith through the expressions and actions of children. Be it Sunday school, a synagogue, shrine or religious service on a street or in a sacred valley, the images of children and faith can connect us more than they divide us. We invite you to see and learn how.
Milestones Project’s book Faith: Many Beliefs, So Much in Common explains the world’s five most widely practiced religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, and one “native? religion, the faith of the Maori people of New Zealand. This book shares some of the special stories, beliefs, objects, and rituals unique to each of these religions, but also shows how there are many things that these religions share. To learn more, or to purchase this book, click here.
Milestones Project also has a stunning photographic exhibit on faith, for exhibit locations and information, contact the Milestones Project.