At Philanthropy magazine I profile Agros, an organization with an unlikely history that is changing the history for thousands of the rural poor in Central America. Great group doing some […]
Ben Carson is hoping to be this year’s GOP version of Ross Perot. I’m hoping he knows Ideas Have Consequences. More on the porch.
What do the “cleanest little city in Texas” and cross-dressing have in common? Well, you’ll have to click to find out as I explore the highs and lows of small […]
At First Things, I share on a recent gathering of evangelical Wesleyans. (That used to be redundant.) Click here to read more. Wesley and the more contemporary Dallas Willard were also […]
At seedbed.com, I briefly discuss connections between Dallas Willard and John Wesley. Perhaps, Willardian Wesleyanism offers a path to renewal for the Methodist tradition.
I take my thoughts on small town life at the edges of an energy boom to the Front Porch. Grab a kolache and give it a read here.
The summer is unofficially over, and it appears to be a new day at the Federalist Society which is welcoming back Ted Olson to its spotlight. I wish they would […]