Gospel Without Borders brings more light and less heat to the issue of immigration. It separates myth from fact, examines what the Bible says about treatment of the "stranger," shows the experiences of documented and undocumented immigrants, and provides handles for Christians to advance the common good.
The documentary highlights stories in five states: Arizona, Arkansas, North Carolina, Alabama and Iowa. Some stories break the heart. Others inspire the spirit. Still others challenge the mind. But all come together and show that the Christian gospel is indeed without borders.
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- Manuel Catalan, member, Las Americas Comunidad de Fe at Trinity United Methodist Church, Des Moines, Iowa;
- Andres Chao, Mexican consul, Little Rock, Ark.;
- Paul Charton, immigration attorney, Little Rock, Ark.;
- Charles Crutchfield, bishop, Arkansas Conference, United Methodist Church;
- Miguel De La Torre, professor of social ethics, Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colo.;
- Barbara Dinnen, pastor, Las Americas Comunidad de Fe at Trinity United Methodist Church, Des Moines, Iowa;
- John Fife, Presbyterian pastor and co-founder of No More Deaths, Tucson, Ariz.;
- Ellin Jimmerson, minister to the community at Weatherley Heights Baptist Church, Huntsville, Ala.;
- Gene Lefebvre, Presbyterian pastor and co-founder of No More Deaths, Tucson, Ariz.;
- Anthony Taylor, bishop of the Little Rock diocese of the Catholic Church in Arkansas;
- Hector Villanueva, pastor, Iglesia Bautista La Roca, Siler City, N.C.
- short version (31 minutes)
- long version (53 minutes)
- chapter selections
- extra scenes
- enhanced for 16x9 TVs
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