God in America: A Panhandle Perspective
On Thursday,October 14 a Christian, Jew, Muslim and an Atheist came together to discuss faith in the Panhandle and how it affects their daily lives. Ellen Robertson Green hosted the community discussion where we heard views on the importance of religion in the African-American church, the right to build a Mosque near ground zero, the myth that the country was founded on religion and much more. You can watch clips from the show on our YouTube page. You can also join the discussion of faith in the Panhandle on our Facebook page.
God in America DVD's available for long-term checkout
The full six hour God in America DVD set plus the God in America: A Panhandle Perspective DVD are now available for long-term checkout at the KACV studios. The series is a great opportunity for teachers and students to examines the major role religion has played in shaping the social, political and cultural life of our nation. If you 're interested in checking out the DVDs, contact Shelley Stanton at 806-371-5230.
Believers and non-believers alike will find much to discuss in the programs documentary
footage, historical dramatization and interviews with religious historians. Study Guides will be
Additional information about the program, outreach and press materials
Facebook page for local submission of photos, video, comments and discussion