Eleventh African Religion Conference Theme:
Spirituality in World Connection - Health, Faith & Wealth
The National African Religion Congress is holding its Eleventh Conference and Ceremony of Ceremonies June 26-29, 2014! More information will follow as it becomes available on the announcements page. For the registration form and submission form for the Call for Papers, click here. The Conference is being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 203, Philadelphia, PA. Come and join us!
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Call for Papers
The world is awakening to the reality that everything is moving in the Spirit. What is not widely acknowledged, however, is that the root cause of poverty, loss, fear, pain, shame, struggle, sorrow and death is spiritual. Wealth is not found just in money; wealth is a condition that can be found in all things. Prosperity is an expression of a healthy faith. The Spirit connects all to everything. The health of the Earth and the health of nations are intertwined. All is Spirit.
As the Spirit leads people in their search for more natural means to heal themselves – physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, socially and in every other way – they learn the importance of prayer and respect for the life force in all things. These are the lessons that priests and priestesses of African-based religion must teach, in word and in deed. It is in these contexts that the Eleventh African Religion Conference Theme: Spirituality in World Connection – Health, Faith and Wealth will be explored.
The National African Religion Congress/NARC World International is pleased to announce the Call For Papers for the Eleventh African Religion Conference. All Conference Papers should be typed in a 12-point Times Roman font and must be submitted no later than Thursday, May 15, 2014 for publication in the Eleventh African Religion Conference proceedings. Please send all submissions by email to email@example.com or by mail to 5104 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19141. If sending by mail, please be sure to send on a flash drive or CD. All papers that are accepted by NARC/NARC World International for publication in the Conference section of the Directory of Priests and Priestesses 2014-2015 Edition and/or future Directories will become the property of the National African Religion Congress/NARC World International. (NOTE: You need not be present at the Eleventh African Religion Conference for your paper to be published.)
Attendance at the Eleventh African Religion Conference and World Ceremony of Ceremonies will count for 40 credits toward the 50 credits needed for accreditation in the Continuing Education Program of the National African Religion Congress/NARC World International.