Resurrected Living
"What are you going to do with your new resurrected life? This is the heroic question." Richard Rohr

Archive for the ‘Documentary’ Category

Mother India

April 25, 2013

Mother India is a powerful and moving short film about two Americans who travel to India to see what life is like for the 31 million orphans living in that country. These two men meet a group of 25 homeless orphans who are living as a family unit behind a train station and begging for […]


October 19, 2010

For me baseball is the greatest sport there is.  It is a game of patience, not controlled by a clock, but played until there is a winner.  Baseball is the oldest of America’s three great sports.  It was played by soldiers during the civil war. Even though it is the oldest of our sports it […]

The End of Poverty?

July 11, 2010

“The End of Poverty?” is a powerful documentary about how poverty has increased and not decreased. Most people would probably not guess this is the case. With all the advancements in society why can we not control poverty?  This film traces the roots of modern day poverty to colonialism. Since that time organizations like the […]

National Parks

September 23, 2009

For the last 20 years Ken Burns has produced the best programs available on television.  I remember when I was a teenager watching his documentaries on “The Civil War” and “Baseball.”  At that time we only had 5 channels to choose from, so a 9 part documentary on baseball was very exciting.  It gave us […]