The peace movement called Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace led to the election of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2005, making Liberia the first African nation with a female president. To learn how your faith community can screen this extraordinary film, click here.
Does your community have mounting questions about Islam and what Muslim life in America looks like? Auburn recommends this documentary as a resource for Muslim understanding. Click here to learn more about ChangeTheStory.net
Muslim activist Irshad Manji goes on a questioning journey of her faith in Allah and her passion for freedom. In this season of Ramadan, let this documentary be a resource to your community in multifaith understanding. Click here to learn more about the documentary Faith Without Fear.
This week on National Parents Day, Rabbi Sasso is one religious leader who offers insight into how a religious life can help parents. Click here for Rabbi Sasso’s full Podcast on NPR’s Speaking of Faith. To hear another great story of family strength, click here for this week's featured StoryCorps resource.
On this week when we remember the intolerance of the events of September 11th, Elie Wiesel offers words of healing and the power of forgiveness. Learn more about Auburn resources for bridging religious divides by clicking here.
After tragedy, the Amish community responds with forgiveness. What are the lengths of forgiveness that your community needs to embrace? Let this documentary The Power of Forgiveness inspire new conversation and be a resource to your faith community by clicking here.
This week, the world celebrates The International Day of Forgiveness. Let the power of documentary storytelling be a resource to your faith community in talking about forgiveness. Click here to learn more about the film, The Power of Forgiveness. Click here to find more of Auburn's documentary resources that can help your faith community.
Muslim American Farah Arman is one of the new generation of leaders able to negotiate a multifaith global society through skills taught at Auburn’s Face to Face. Auburn’s Face to Face summer camp concludes this week in Holmes New York. To learn more about Face to Face and how this program is bridging religious divides click here.
Are you seeking leadership skills to equip your ministry for bold leadership in today's multiglobal society? Click here to learn about Auburn's approach to help leaders learn to bridge religious divides, pursue justice and heal the world.
In 2010, the 219th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) gathered in Minneopolis, Minnesota to worship, vote and build up the church to further its mission in the world. Click here to learn more about how Auburn equips Christian ministers to thrive amidst the complex challenges of contemporary ministry and here to learn more about Auburn's Presbyterian programs. Hear Presbyterian minister and Auburn President Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson define how to be a bold and resilient church leader by clicking here.
How can your community of faith help heal the world? Sometimes the biggest impact can come with one small act. Auburn recommends this documentary that shows how meaningful change can begin with one simple action. Click here to learn more about A Small Act and how it can be a resource to your community of faith.