Monthly Archives: May 2020

Churches’ Role In Forming the Movie Ratings System, Plus Violence Within Our Land

By James M. Wall In search of movies to recommend during this self-isolation period, I found a Wall Writings posting that discusses two movies. (Note: parential discretion essential) The films are two of my favorites, Nashville and The Apostle. It … Continue reading

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Revising Gertrude Bell’s Final Journey

by James M. Wall This posting intially came on line  in 2017. I am reposting it now to introduce  another audience to Gertrude Bell. Forces opposed to the reality of the history of the region continue to hide Gertrude Bell, … Continue reading

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“Lift Every Voice”

by James M. Wall An earlier Wall Writings posting, entitled, “Lift Every Voice and Sing”, came to mind this rainy May afternoon as I pondered what to share with readers this week during our ongoing period of face masks and … Continue reading

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“The Straight Story”: A Film For Now

by James M. Wall A few years back, Phillip Lee, editor of Media Development, a World Association of Christian Communications (WACC) publication, interviewed me. During this time of self-isolation, I thought it was appropriate to share it.  Phillip Lee: My … Continue reading

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