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The first short documentary in a series produced by Baptist Women in Ministry and premiered, featuring Mary Alice Birdwhistell, senior pastor of Calvary Baptist in Waco. […] Read More

Three documentaries will be shown at the Baptist World Congress in Durban, South Africa, in July. Thousands of Baptists from around the world will gather that week for the congress of the Baptist World Alliance that is held every five years. Under the theme of “Jesus Christ, the Door,” attendees will experience the diversity […] Read More

We recently announced that three of our documentaries will be broadcast this July and August by Soul of the South network. An editorial by’s executive editor, Robert Parham, accompanied the announcement. “ has pivoted toward a new future–more intentionally providing faith content for TV,” he wrote. Parham noted that while the digital revolution has […] Read More is coming again to your television, this time courtesy of a new network that focuses on African Americans. “Beneath the Skin: Baptists and Racism,”’s award-winning documentary, will be broadcast multiple times in late July and early August on Soul of the South Network (SSN). These broadcasts will be followed later in August with […] Read More

There is a wonderful documentary called “Beautiful Losers.” The 2008 film was created by filmmaker Aaron Rose and is about an underground, outsider, creative movement called the “beautiful losers” movement. It has interviews with Shepard Fairey, Margaret Kilgallen, Barry McGee, Jo Jackson and others who help us understand the meaning of being a beautiful loser. […] Read More

The accused, who has often admitted guilt and asks for grace, is placed in the middle of a large circle. The villagers, some of whom are victims, gather about him. One by one, those in the outer circle remind the guilty person in the middle of something good he has displayed. “And that’s the punishment. […] Read More

The United Methodist Foundation of Arkansas is the major sponsor of an educational documentary on immigration being produced by   The documentary is designed for use in churches to bring more light and less heat to the inflammatory issue. Last year, Gallup ranked immigration as one of the top five problems facing the country. […] Read More

The Baptist Center for Ethics will screen its forthcoming documentary on immigration at its annual luncheon scheduled for June 23 in Tampa, Fla., in conjunction with the general assembly of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. The currently untitled documentary will bring more light and less heat to the immigration issue, ranked as one of the most […] Read More

A film festival will be the next stop for’s most recent documentary.   “Different Books, Common Word: Baptists and Muslims,” which aired on ABC-TV stations in January and February, is now an official selection at the International Black Film Festival of Nashville, scheduled for Sept. 29-Oct. 3.     “Different Books, Common Word,” produced […] Read More

The documentary “Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work” follows the comic/actress/entertainer/performer in her 76th year. The raspy voice, off-color humor and plastic surgery popularly define the woman. The documentary, which has already played at the Sundance and Tribeca film festivals and is now in select theaters, provides other seemingly defining characteristics: insecurity, competitiveness, sensitivity, hard […] Read More