Love Your Neighbor Community
American-based non-profit organization serving as a facilitator of faith-based reconciliation in the Central Asian region
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Our mission is to promote religious freedom in Eastern Europe & Central Asia through partnership with government, civil society, and religious communities in strategic community building and extending the love of God in a practical and tangible way.
Historic Multi-Faith Event in Kazakhstan
On May 23 – June 4, 2021 for the very first time in Kazakh history, 25 imams and 25 Christian leaders from 9 Kazakhstani cities will gather during two retreats (for a total of 50 imams and 50 Christian leaders) to break down barriers. The Kazakhstani government is open and supportive of this work which presents a lifetime opportunity for change. LYNC has invited MFFN co-founders, Pastor Bob Roberts and Imam Mohamed Magid, to teach their model for building relationships across faiths. It will be a historic, eye-opening and stereotype-breaking event and we need your help.
The Templeton Religion Trust funded and LYNC (Love Your Neighbor Community) hosted the inaugural series of roundtables on religious freedom in Shymkent, Ust-Kamenogorsk, and Aktobe on November 1st, 11th and 14th. Utilizing a top-down (including high-level central and regional government participants) and a bottom-up (including unregistered religious minorities) approach,
President for LYN Community, Wade Kusack, witnessed the historical ceremony of Signing an Agreement to Build Religious Freedom in Uzbekistan
On September 17, 2018, the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) and the Uzbekistan government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to partner together in efforts to build religious freedom in...
A PANEL DISCUSSION ON RELIGION AND GLOBALIZATION at VI Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions
The president for LYN Community Mr. Kusack was invited by the Kazakh Embassy in Washington, D.C., to participate in the VI Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions. Congress is primarily comprised of leaders of the most prominent Muslim sects, Buddhists, Judoists, and some Christian denominations.