As I met with Palestinians and Israelis I heard their clarion call that peace must come to pass because of the lives lost and the perpetual cycle of violence that is destroying future generations.
Derek Webb was tackling topics that wouldn’t play very well from the pulpits I’d sat under: suicide, eating disorders, the dignity of bus drivers – could a bus driver be a “roaring lamb” or did you need a stage and radio airplay?
You can learn a lot about yourself by leaving home. Mostly its painful and embarrassing.
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 […]