In this hour documentary, we examine the root of racism in America, and the men and women of faith, who are address this issue. We meet leaders from all faiths and backgrounds, breaking down the invisible walls that separate us. We also discover the role of the church to usher real healing.
Based on the American Bible Society (ABS) book, Healing the Wounds of Trauma: How the Church Can Help, Life Focus Communications brings hope to the hurting in Sub-Saharan Africa through biblical trauma healing radio productions. The goal is to proclaim the truth of Christ’s healing touch to the most vulnerable people living in Sub-Saharan Africa. Produced in-country in indigenous languages, this series opens the door of the Gospel through the lens of suffering.
Marcelline Mbukapindu Mayku. An actor from the Congo talks about how “the suffering is often kept silent.”
In 1953, The Synod of the Nile, a mission of the United Presbyterian Church of North America commissioned Swailem and Sameera Hennein to serve in the unfamiliar terrain of southern Sudan. They were the first Presbyterian Missionaries sent out from Egypt to anyplace in the world. This production documents the heritage and the legacy of these missionaries, but also examines the history of Christianity in Egypt. This is the story about how the seed of faith planted by the Presbyterian church in the late 1800’s emanates today in the work of the church in Cairo, the call of my parents to Sudan, and the wonder of God’s faithfulness to all of us.
Sponsored by Odyssey Network and PCUSA
A new television ministry to distressed children in the Middle East. Most Arabic-speaking children live in areas where war, abuse, natural disasters, and acts of terror overshadow their spiritual and mental development. Many children have either experienced or are at high risk of facing trauma. The proposed 10-part television children series provides an opportunity for the young to understand and cope with their feelings and begin their journey of healing.
With expected broadcast to millions of children in the Middle East on television networks such as SAT 7 Kids and Nejma Television, that serve the entire Middle East territory (including Saudi Arabia and Syria. This 10-episode pilot television series is based on the curriculum developed by the American Bible Society: Healing Children’s Wounds of Trauma. Each episode will include the unfolding story of Joseph as it relates to a new episodic situation for Hoda and Youssef to navigate, as well as a memory verse sung in Arabic.
Help us reach vulnerable children by addressing their trauma with the love of Jesus.
By ministering to children, we also influence their future and the countries they live in. Your gift will provide the Gospel message to the “least of these.”