Jeremy Helton is an artist and independent producer from Shelbyville, Tennessee. He is a co-founder of VOX Teen Newspaper in Atlanta, GA and has worked for New York-based Culture Project, a non-profit theater company producing plays and festivals focusing on social justice and human rights issues. Jeremy is a recent graduate of the certificate program at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and was selected as a 2011 New Voices Scholar by the Association of Independents in Radio.
Gopal Daas always felt he had a personal relationship with God, but it took a winding road filled with dating services, dietary changes, and a chance encounter at the Raleigh-Durham Airport, to help him better understand that relationship. With that understanding came a new name and a choice between commitment or freedom. Audio Coming Soon!
Abdullah Antepli has had three families in his life: the family into which he was born, the family of faith he first sought out as a child, and the family he now has with his own wife and children. In this story, Abdullah talks about his search for connection with all three families and the […]
Dana Trent and husband Fred Eaker have your typical girl-meets-boy story, but with a theological twist. Listen as Dana describes how she and Fred met and the lessons they are learning together about faith and spirituality. Learn more about Dana and her memoir, Saffron Cross, on The Recollective Blog. Music by Agnideva dasa.
Jeremy Helton and co-producer Jesse Wright interviewed staff and volunteers from Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF) to produce this story for the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.