ASR News. Francis Chan

By Stephanie Martin As the church heads into what he calls “a new season,” pastor and author Francis Chan is urging leaders in evangelical Christianity to encounter God and to make worship sacred and reverent again. In a message last week at the Exponential Reset Summit, Chan addressed the recent wave

DMAQs Book Raq. Shai Linne

We all know that racial unity is important. But what’s the right way to approach it? How can Christians of different ethnicities pursue unity in an environment that is so highly charged and full of landmines on all sides? In The New Reformation, Christian hip-hop artist Shai Linne shows how the

ASR Movie News. The Patterson

Check out the story of Another Bronx Tale: The story of the Patterson Projects in the South Bronx is told by the people who lived there over seven decades. The filmmakers made the conscious choice not to use "experts" or scholars to tell this story. Instead, we chose to invite the

Edenville. Where’s Your Tree?

How we tell our stories maps the vast terrain of expression in our quest for sustainable art practices. My interdisciplinary work and practices are shaped and informed by the creative, in partnership with cultural inquiry, race/gender and social identities, through divergent storytelling styles. Art, education, social justice, identity, nature, and

ARK Campaign. SOXROX

The ASR: ACTS OF RANDOM KINDNESS campaign continues with the introduction of  SOXROX! The mission is simple…to provide joy to the homeless with new socks. Our vision is to be able to provide every homeless person in the United States with a few new pairs of socks every year. We started in San Antonio, Texas 

ASR News. Hurricane Florence

The Storm Of A Lifetime Hurricane Florence was a powerful and long-lived Cape Verde hurricane, as well as the wettest tropical cyclone on record in the Carolinas and the ninth-wettest tropical cyclone to affect the contiguous United States. The sixth named storm, third hurricane, and the first major hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, Florence originated from a strong tropical wave that emerged off the west

ASR News. California Mudslides.

As teams frantically searched areas of Southern California smothered by rivers of mud and boulders, officials on Thursday increased the size of the evacuation zones. The immediate areas where at least 17 people were killed by Monday's mudslides are under mandatory evacuation, Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown said. "We know that this