A demo reel from EthicsDaily.com's documentaries, highlighting some of the people and places featured in the films.
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June faced the judge to advocate for her friend, Miguel, who voluntarily returned to El Salvador. Her goal: Prevent his deportation “in absentia” so he might return one day. The judge said he was obligated to deport. And then …Read More
Pastoral leadership is often marked by deep loneliness, especially when ministers are passive about cultivating personal relationships. To thwart it, pastors must make a commitment to cultivating this part of their lives.Read More
Aidsand F. Wright-Riggins is a minister and public servant seeking to practice radical hospitality at home and in the world.Read More
June has spent the past two years befriending Miguel, who came to the U.S. in 2017 after a gang threatened to murder him in his home country, El Salvador. Today, she’s speaking up for Miguel in court.Read More
The way society and many of our churches are structured, connecting with generations outside of our own feels uncomfortable and decidedly not fun. However, we live better, more fulfilling lives when we are around each other.Read More