The network has introduced two shows with Asian American leads for their fall lineup. Despite their differing approaches, I’m thrilled that they exist.
Poor Millionaires is the story of Michael Kimpur, a World Vision Sponsor Child meeting Nathan Roberts, a young American in a crisis of faith. And together we started a school call Daylight reaching out to kids from Michael’s tribe. Please donate to the Poor Millionaire Kickstarter.com to help us print it!
In May there was an uprising on social media of celebrities and nobodies raising our call for social justice in a cry for the voices of the oppressed in Nigeria be heard. What happened to #bringbackourgirls? Celebrities took cute photos. Wrote hashtags on poster boards and rallied their twitter followers. We were so gung-ho on […]
This Trans Faith Weekend was about beautiful spirits coming together and dreaming the collective dream of freedom where peace becomes possible and everyone has the opportunity to thrive.
Stanley Hauwerwas and Jean Vanier’s Living Gently in a Violent World: The Prophetic Witness of Weakness is the third book in the Resources for Reconciliation series put out by Inter-Varsity Press. I was introduced to Jean Vanier about five years ago. A friend of mine handed me a copy of From Brokenness to Community, which is an edited […]
You see, there’s more than one way to cure cancer because there’s more than just one cancer to cure.