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.
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.
The Welcome shares a fiercely intimate view of life after war: the fear, anger and isolation of post-traumatic stress that affects veterans and family members. Let this film be the beginning of an important conversation about war and healing in your community. Click here for more resources about The Welcome and click here for more Auburn Media documentary resources.
Art becomes a point of connection for the more than 30 Christian, Jewish and Muslim boys at this North Carolina summer camp where they learn to trust the “other.” How can your community members learn to go deeper in their trust of one another as well as their neighbors? Let this film be a resource to youth as well as adults in your community by clicking here.
Director Macky Alston accepted the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize, for his documentary “Love Free or Die.” This documentary explores the personal story of Bishop Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Bishop in Christendom. Learn more about the film by visiting the “Love Free or Die” Web site by clicking here. This film is directed by Macky Alston, Senior Director of Auburn Media. To learn more about Auburn Media click here and to learn more about Auburn’s commitment to troubling the waters and healing the world click here.
This multifaith film series showcases clips from documentaries Jesus Camp, Defamation and New Muslim Cool to inspire discussion to bridge religious divides. Click here to learn more about We Are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For. Click here to learn more about Auburn multifaith resources.
What Auburn Means to Me features Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Lewis, senior minister of NYC’s Middle Collegiate Church, Dr. Sharon Groves, director of the Religion and Faith Program of the Human Rights Campaign, and Cantor Angela Buchdahl speaking on the impact Auburn has made on their ability to lead and mobilize communities for change. We invite you to watch and share this video and help support the movement.