A documentary film directed by Ryan Patch, For Love of Neighbor: Politics for the Common Good tells the stories of three individuals—Sen. Tim Scott, Justin Giboney, and Sarah Imboden—who, on different levels and in distinct ways, are seeking to engage faithfully in contemporary American politics.
The film does not provide specific answers for how Christians should engage in politics: prescribing who they should vote for or what specific policies they should support. Instead, it explores foundational questions about the purpose (and limits) of politics and the proper Christian posture toward government and secular society. Ultimately, the film aims to spark further discussion and offer a hopeful vision for Christian participation in contemporary public life.
Founder, AND Campaign
Town Board Member, Red Hook, NY
U.S. Senator, South Carolina
Bonus Clip: Why character still matters in politics
Film Excerpt: Searching for a Savior
JOHN KYLE, THE FELLOWS INITIATIVE
MATTHEW BECKLO, ALETEIA
[A] breath of fresh air for Christians and non-Christians alike. Those looking for a clear cut ideological stance will be disappointed; instead, "For Love of Neighbor" quietly but resolutely seeks to buck the trend of division, recovering a broad and hopeful sense of spiritual reflection, social civility, and public service...
ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENT
DREW TROTTER, CONSORTIUM OF CHRISTIAN STUDY CENTERS
DENVER SEMINARY STUDENT
VANGUARD UNIVERSITY STUDENT
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