Third Way Archive
This one is easier to digest than some earlier DiFranco work, but maybe not as filling.
World Religions: Sikhs, Seventh-day Adventists, And Mennonites
an Interfaith Special, To Be Broadcast Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014 On The CBS Television Network
Art and Craft
Yes, it’s an art house documentary, but it has all you would want in a feature film: mystery, suspense, and an intriguing albeit deeply flawed main character, who is pursued by an obsessed albeit flawed, good guy.
A Historical Commitment to Caring for the Least of These
The author of Hebrews writes, “Keep on loving one another as brothers and sisters. Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it. Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” (Hebrews 13:1-3) God calls His people to love the stranger and to show kindness to the widow and orphan. In response to the high numbers of deportations separating families, coupled with the inability of the U.S. Congress to […]
Investigative journalists are the prophets of our time. To share some of their stories and the risks (including death) they face every day is critical if we want their vital work to continue.
My husband and I were powerfully affected by the movie’s emotional heart—a father sacrificing his relationship with his children to save their lives.
Forgotten Faces of the War
When I visited Lebanon earlier this year, I met with a Syrian refugee family living in a cold, unfinished building.
Small Town Heroes
The lyrics sound like they connect with the canon of traditional music, but you need to dig deeper.
This exploration of the meaning of things runs through all of Robinson’s fiction (she is perhaps our most theological of literary artists), yet she is less interested in answers than in the exploration of them.