Featured Zoom InterviewSTREAM FOR FREE

4 pieces from our conversation with veteran, abbot, and author Logan M Isaac.

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Featured Visual Liturgy FilmConjectures of A Guilty Bystander

A Mystical Vision from Thomas Merton.

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Nobody is Free Until Everyone Is Free See More +

Crucified Realities

17:45


Kelly Brown Douglas on "stand your ground culture."

Theology Kills

09:15


White supremacy is a theology that kills.

Love Distorted

14:55


Liberation is for all.

America's Unholy Ghosts

13:00


The racist roots of our faith and politics.

Hoarding Love

07:55


Emilie Townes on the cultural production of evil.

A System of Racialization

04:55


Michael Emerson talks about the history of race and immigration in the United States.

Featured Visual Liturgy FIlmCome, Great Spirit

Too long have we tried to tame the Wind; too long have we sought to control what’s Wild; too long have we stood in domination over the Earth...Come, great Spirit...May we cast down every barrier to Your freedom. A visual benediction by Chris Neufeld-erdman.

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Featured visual liturgy filmA Prayer for The Church

MLK's prayer for the church with updated footage and narration.

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Who's agenda do you serve? See More +

Make America Grateful Again

15:20


Set a Table for all.

Preferential Option for Freedom

05:55


How do you measure freedom?

Crucified and Disposable

06:05


All systems have disposable people.

The Tyranny of the Now

04:22


Robyn Henderson-Espinoza on the multi-systems of oppression and the radical flourishing of all.

Change the Conversation

07:10


Is "redistribution" biblical?

Resisting Empire

04:24


Whose agenda do you serve?

Featured Visual Liturgy FIlmPraise Song for the Pandemic

Praise Song for the Pandemic. A visual benediction Written and read by Christine Valters Paintner.

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Be the Resurrection See More +

Reformulating All Possibilities

16:33


Thoughts on Jesus and the Cross.

Everyday Resurrection

19:25


Spiritual director, and contemplative Juanita Rasmus on her journey from death to life.

Embracing the Cross

03:33


Richard Rohr on the meaning of the cross.

No Trace of Death

04:33


God has nothing to do with death.

Wounds into Marks

03:31


The reweaving of our wounds into marks.

The Antidote

05:27


Nadia Bolz-Weber on grace, forgiveness and the Cross.

Featured AuthorRene August

New film series with the anti-apartheid movement veteran and an Anglican priest coming soon.

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Women are the Portal to the World

Featured Film SeriesMateriality as Resistance

A 7-Session film Series with Walter Brueggemann.

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Jesus and the Risk of Incarnation See More +

One of Us

05:33


Father Pico on Jesus and incarnation.

Matter Matters

02:55


Barbara Brown Taylor on why our flesh matters.

The Risk of Indifferrnece

04:20


James Alison on small spaces of possibility and the risk of indifference.

Love Made Flesh

03:00


Brené Brown talks about love and Jesus.

The Divine Entrance

02:05


Jesus' ultimate purpose.

All Matters Matter

02:53


John Phillip Newell on the sacredness of incarnation.

Featured Film SeriesMarching from Pain to Possibility

A six-session film series on the journey though the wilderness of woundedness.

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Embracing the Other

11:30


Who are we making the "other?"

Toward The Other

13:30


Is our Christian identity built from fear from the other? Christian author and peacemaker Brian McLaren on four challenges - historical, doctrinal, liturgical and missional - to consider for community transformation.

Expanding Boundaries

16:35


Juan Martinez on the other.

Talking Donkeys

03:30


Richard Twiss on why North American Christians don't listen to donkeys.

Fallibility and Grace

08:17


Are you quick to listen to others in grace?

The Ultimate Embrace

04:05


Manu on interfaith compassion.

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