“The Joy of Reconciliation" – Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil | KindlingsFest 2015

How do you hear the word “Reconciliation"? Is it something joyful or something ominous and difficult to consider? KindlingsFest 2015 explored "Joy: The Art of Living" through song, art, teaching, poetry, and friends on the journey together. We were privileged to have Seattle Pacific's Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil shares about the Joy of Reconciliation and how […]

Two Kinds of Reconciliation – The Kindlings Muse with Earl Palmer

"Repentance is always difficult and not only because we must cross the threshold of self-love but also because our own sins are not easily visible to us." – Alexander Solzhenitsyn Where does reconciliation have its beginnings? What does it take for rifts to be mended? The Rev. Earl Palmer looks at reconciliation as portrayed in From Under the […]

Hilla Medalia, Director of "To Die in Jerusalem"Live from Sundance at The Windrider Forum

On the afternoon of March 29, 2002 the world was shaken when an 18 year-old Palestinian girl and suicide bomber, entered a market where she detonated a bomb, killing herself, injuring 30 and killing a 17 year-old Israeli girl in what has become known as the  Kiryat HaYovel supermarket bombing. No one was shaken more than […]