After an accident in college, Charles Curtis Blackwell lost his tunnel vision, becoming mostly blind, but he didn’t let that stop him from becoming a painter. He paints African masks, jazz musicians, and nudes. After writing three books and exhibiting art all over the country, he currently works as a mentor at Youth Spirit Artworks in Berkeley, Calif.

Crossroads explores a universal issue of loss through the lens of a single family who lost their son unjustly to a driver texting and driving.

A group of sisters in rural Ohio live a quiet, self-sacrificial life serving God and the community. They explain how they transitioned from a modern life to their new, more fulfilling one.