Good Faith Media: 2022 Year in Review

Good Faith Media: 2022 Year in Review

It felt like a pause button was pushed in early 2020, as the global pandemic brought everything and everyone to a standstill a few months before Good Faith Media would launch. As 2022 unfolded, the world gained momentum as individuals, families and communities emerged...
Protecting Children in Conflict Zones

Protecting Children in Conflict Zones

Nearly 40 children living the Gaza Strip and the West Bank have lost their lives so far in 2022. Most recently, 17 children were killed in the Gaza Strip from Aug. 5-7, and two more were killed by the actions of Israeli law enforcement on Aug. 9 in the West Bank. On...
The Cowbird Dilemma

The Cowbird Dilemma

We left the garage door open for the better part of a day – as one does. Normally that results in a few leaves being blown into the garage, but little more. On that day, the open door left adequate time for a Carolina Wren to build a nest in a box of stuff I use when...
The Land Grab That Wasn’t

The Land Grab That Wasn’t

In life, context is everything. Context will determine whether two historical situations which may seem parallel to each other actually share any similarity. Or, if the situations that looked similar at first – perhaps because we were guided to that notion by a voice...
What People of Faith Can Do While Waiting for a Truce

What People of Faith Can Do While Waiting for a Truce

The Pope recently urged that an Easter truce be declared to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine. He hoped that it could lead to “real negotiations” to end the conflict. Even though Easter passed without a truce, it is time for religious leaders and people of faith to...