The Hard But Right Way: A Pilgrim's Journey.
The Hard But Right Way' live program is a compelling and moving dramatic performance of a great classic Christian story that's message is able to transcend to today's audiences of the hope we all can find in Christ. The presence of God stirred the hearts and minds of many of our guests at our annual Son Shine Festival through the passionate storytelling, creative visuals and beautifully scripted music of Jim Winder. A work based on John Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress. Both Jim's musical performance and story-telling were wonderful. Jim's songs, played on acoustic guitar are warm and inviting. His songwriting skills are excellent and his singing voice puts you in mind of James Taylor, though Jim has his own unique style, not derivative of anyone.
A Pilgrim's Journey book. Throughout the journey of life, we all have moments of feeling lost .
Pilgrim's Progress: Journey to Heaven (or simply Pilgrim's Progress) is a 2008 Christian film loosely based on John Bunyan’s classic novel The Pilgrim's Progress. It was written and directed by Danny Carrales, and starred Daniel Kruse as Christian. The film was featured at the Merrimack Valley Christian Film Festival
By Sandy Ovalle, Kayla Lattimore. In this way, they are a model for the North American church. It is no mistake the experience of migration is the chosen metaphor for our life of faith. In the Christian faith, we often talk about the now and not yet reality of the kingdom of God. By their mere embodied experience, those we met with on their journey showed us how to live in that tension. They are no longer bound by the circumstances that oppressed them at home, but they are not quite in a space where they can live life to the fullest. Of course, not all people on this journey have the same story. But we are not asked to distinguish who to help. We are called to risk loving our neighbor regardless of who our neighbor is.