Receiving comfort helps us as we heal. A child’s comforting blanket is transformed, through time and with stories, into a symbol of deep comfort.
The role of the church as compassionate helper is traced to the social world of Jesus, and the gospels and early church that responded to his ministry and prophecy.
A conversation with an animated pencil about the meaning of home as a place, and especially as a feeling.
A question by Mary Oliver and tactile remains of once-living creatures open us to ponderings on the reality of death and the meaning of our lives.
A chocolate bar provides a humorous and theatrical approach to the tough topic of addiction.