A man-on-the-street documentary asks passersby about the warrants of a healthy attention to death.
It's an age-old question, but why do bad things happen to good people? Why do bad things happen, period? Why is there in so much injustice in a world governed by a 'just' God? Is there a difference between a 'just' God and a 'fair' God? In this man-on-the-street interview piece, we put the question of fairness to passersby in Menlo Park, CA.
Most of us inherently sense that a life exposed to diverse types of people is better for us than a mono-cultural existence. Yet, a life-experience of true diversity is hard to achieve.
What is the source of hope?
As followers of God, what is our responsibility to care for creation?
A man-on-the-street interview piece on the theme of community.
Who is the most influential person in your life? What influences us?
A man-on-the-street piece considering how we discover what we're supposed to do with our lives.
In one of our earliest man-on-the-street films, people wrestle with the concept of absolute truth. (A Highway Classic.)
If you could tell God anything and you knew he was listeing, what would you say? This film won the grand prize at the Damah Film Festival in Seattle. (A Highway Classic.)
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