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.
Don't miss this new documentary series The Calling which explores the seminary call to religious leadership and how emerging leaders are living out their faith in the modern world. Learn more about The Calling, its December 2010 PBS premiere and the engagement campaign, What's Your Calling by clicking here.
Wendy Paulson’s challenge to heal the world is just one of the inspiring moments from Auburn’s Women’s Lives of Commitment Breakfast. Join us for more inspiring stories at this week’s Auburn Lives of Commitment Breakfast by clicking here.
It can begin with a seed and lead to a movement. Wangari Maathai shows all of us that persistence and and hope can spark a movement. Let this film be an inspiration to your religious community and follow this link to Auburn’s documentary division to learn how you can take advantage of our free resources for your next educational opportunity.
Cantor Angela Buchdahl is a faith leader without borders and shares the spirit of possibility for each of us at the Auburn 2009 Lives of Commitment Breakfast. To learn more about Auburn's strategies for responding to today's biggest challenges click here.
Audrey White is just one of the extraordinary alumni of the Auburn's Face to Face program, where youth from across the globe learn how to bridge religious divides. To learn more about Auburn’s Face to Face program click here.
Israeli Face to Face participant Gedalia Gillis is working to bridge religious divides through Face to Face. Join Auburn for the 10th Anniversary of Peace is Possible this November 15th by clicking here. Since 2001, Face to Face has brought together hundreds of Christian, Jewish and Muslim teenagers from Northern Ireland, the Middle East, South Africa, and the U.S. to develop a new generation ready to lead in a multifaith global society. To learn more about Face to Face click here.
Encounter Point is a film for all who have questioned how we can play a real role in ending hate and conflict. Weaving together six portraits of Israelis and Palestinians who develop relationships based on compassion and listening, Encounter Point is a great tool for all communities committed to the hard work of conflict resolution. To learn more about this powerful film, click here.
Filmed over four years, Scenes from a Parish explores the tension and joy of a neighborhood church in a changing multicultural community. How does your faith community struggle to fully accept their neighbor as themselves? Click here to start the conversation and order a copy of Scenes from a Parish for your community of faith.