One million Tutsis were killed in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. A yearly commemoration begins each April 7, the day the genocide started. Reflecting on the faith that held her through those days, a survivor expresses her hope for Rwanda’s future.
Available May 9, 2017: Personal letters and diaries provide an intimate view into the hearts and minds of a brother and sister who became martyrs in the anti-Nazi resistance during World War II. Read More
A young Jew escapes the Holocaust and Siberian exile, but that's only the beginning of a lifelong quest for peace. Read More
How can Christians represent the love of Christ in an age when Christianity has earned a bad name from centuries of intolerance and cultural imperialism? Is it enough to love and serve your neighbor? Can you be a missional Christian without a church? Read More
A concentration camp survivor, returning home to pick up the shards of his shattered life, finds his own healing and redemption inextricably entwined with that of his betrayer. Rediscover this classic in the tradition of Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy. Read More