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The videos below can be purchased individually on DVD or as a digital download (a link is e-mailed after purchase).
In college, Chad Estes was taught to look at things from a 360-degree perspective. When he used this approach to look at the issue of abortion he found that his values for life were increased and expanded.
watch “360-Degree Thinking on Pro-Life“
Michael Ruse is a philosopher of biology who is known for his work on the creationism/evolution controversy. He generally doesn’t see that there should be any conflict between evolution and Christianity, that is until the point where Christians unreasonably interfere with people’s personal lives.
watch “A Line in the Sand“
Is it possible to love someone and hold them in contempt at the same time? In this clip Bart Campolo tells a beautiful story that captures the messiness of his relationships with his impoverished neighbors.
watch “A Loving Contempt“
Jim Wallis suggests, “God is not a Republican, or a Democrat”. But how do you vote your values if God’s values can’t be reduced to one political party?
watch “A new Moral Logic“
After throwing a block party, Jane Mangone realized that she didn’t know her neighbors as well as she thought she did.
watch “A Story Behind Every Door“
What would happen if you were to show up at San Francisco’s Pride festival wearing a t-shirt that said “Hurt by church? Get a straight apology here.”? Kathy Baldock tells her story.
watch “A Straight Apology“
As Nick Fiedler was packing for a yearlong trip around the world, he decided to leave his beliefs at home. He found that his allowed him to experience other cultures with an open mind.
watch “A Vacation from Beliefs“
Dave’s love for Mormons wasn’t very well received until he learned to communicate on the same wavelength. This required him to become a little less analytical and a little more romantic.
watch “A [heart] for Mormons“
Is abortion always wrong? Is it always a sin to lie or use the Lord’s name in vain? This clip explores the complexity of morality and questions whether an action could be a sin in one situation and not in another.
watch “Abortion, Lies & Damnation“
Adam Taylor suggests that the word “activism” often feels like a bad word in our culture, yet we still celebrate some of the most profound activists in our history.
watch “Activism is Not a Bad Word“
Inspired to change up the rhythms of his consumption, Cody Birkey set out on an experiment: he would live on $5 a day for forty days.
watch “An Experiment Living on $5 a Day“
As Joy started asking questions about faith she was told that she was heading down a slippery slope. Joy’s response: How can you have a personal relationship with God if you don’t ask questions in that relationship?
watch “An Impersonal Relationship with God“
Christians often marginalize believers who ask questions in faith. Non-Christians also marginalize non-believers who still believe in truth. In this clip Wes Hurd discusses how he thinks these two groups of people have a lot in common, presenting a great opportunity for dialog.
Ask questions in faith and you’ll be marginalized by Christians. Believe in truth and you’ll be marginalized by non-Christians.
watch “An Opportunity for Dialog“
Churches are not known for their partnerships with other organizations. Usually they just start their own programs that align completely with their beliefs. That’s why Beratta was taken off guard when she was approached by a church wanting to partner with her secular organization.
watch “An Unlikely Partnership“
A group of roommates decide to get more involved in their community after experiencing the effects of violence first hand.
watch “Barrio Libre“
Ken and Janis Baney count the costs of being good neighbors.
Two rival churches in Reno, Nevada do something unexpected: they unite.
watch “Better Together“
Brenda is just like anyone else, well, other than being homeless. She’s got two kids, a husband and no job. This clip asks the question “would we view Brenda the same had we not known she was homeless?”
watch “Brenda’s Label“
Leeana Tankersley rarely finds tangible answers to her questions, but God comforts her and she finds clarity as she processes her questions with others.
watch “Bring Me You Questions“
Strip Church in Las Vegas offers “home makeovers” for Nevada brothels. While brightening up living conditions, they hope to show God’s love through their actions.
watch “Brothel Home Makeover“
What if Christianity wasn’t true? Would you want to know? This clip questions the importance of certainty in our faith.
watch “Certainty in a Box“
What would happen if a friend told you they were considering to get an abortion? How would you respond? In this clip, Christa Romig-Leavitt talks about how she responded.
Culture tells us to be uninhibited about sex. Christianity broadly communicates “don’t do it”. How can single Christians express their sexuality without shutting down?
watch “Christian Sexuality (shut down)“
Elena Porter is the co-founder of Yo It’s Yoga and teaches yoga classes at Mountain Park Community Church in Phoenix, AZ.
watch “Christian Yoga“
Bart Campolo believes in a loving God. Christianity is his brand. In this clip Bart talks about why he chooses Christianity.
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