With the Border Crossers series, we are hoping to highlight key Christians (many are artists) who are impacting culture with their lives and work. The Arts and Culture represent one of the few areas in our society where people can come together to share an experience even if they see the world in radically different ways.
The important thing is not that we agree about the experience that we share, but that we consider it worthwhile sharing an experience at all.
In this sense, the community created by Arts and Culture is potentially a great source of inspiration for politicals and activists who work to transcend the polarizing populism and stigmatization of other people, positions, and worldviews that is sadly so endemic in public discourse today.
The Border Crosser series is meant to capture and enlarge the latent energy of Art, Artists, and other creative catalysts to impact the greater culture.
Projects in progress (at various stages):
- Identify – The Andrew Nemr Story
- Abstraction – The Diane Collard Story
- Ground Zero – The Mako Fujimura Story
- Mako Fujimura: Journey to Jerusalem
- Hidden Christians