Suzanne Ross invites you to an unRival Film Premiere event introducing Artists of Peace, a new peacebuilding initiative, and our partner organization, the unRival Network.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez delves into how Abram’s blessing from God began with the subversion of scapegoating and rivalry.
Adam Ericksen reveals a few of the extraordinary women in scripture, demonstrating the Bible is NOT anti-women.
The destruction of the Tower of Babel was not an act of rivalry by God, but a scattering from ritual sacrifice explains Lindsey Paris-Lopez.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez details the actions of five women in the Bible who smash the patriarchy defying restrictive gender roles.
God’s destruction of the world by flood is not a tale of God’s vengeance explains Lindsey Paris-Lopez, but a flood of human violence.
Adam Ericksen explains why Christians should stop believing in Jesus and start doing what he asked by following him.
In Genesis 3 and 4, the world created as good experiences blame, jealousy, and murder, “Oh, my!” Lindsey Paris-Lopez exclaims then explains.
In her reading of Genesis 2, Lindsey Paris-Lopez explores humanity’s role in creation through the perspective of help, not hierarchy.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez starts her series Healing Stories of the Bible in the beginning, in Genesis where God’s creation is all good.