Reading through today's New York Times, I came across an extraordinary opinion piece on immigration reform, titled "http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/13/opinion/13tue1.html?ref=opinion" href="http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/13/opinion/13
I've been following the recent online conversation about racial reconciliation and the New Monastics rather closely. Why? Because it is a conversation whose time has come. I honestly believe that [...]
Most of the speeches at the Democratic National Convention were politically predictable; the same was true on the first night of the Republican National Convention. Sarah Palin's speech tonight will be worth watching, considering all the attention her nomination has received, and of course John McCain's acceptance speech on Thursday night will be very important, just as Barack Obama's was in Denver.
But one thing looked very different on the first night of the Republican [...]
This past week has been a blur of activity with the Christian Peace Witness for Iraq, but I didn't want to let the passing of Rufina Amaya go unmentioned on this blog. If that name is unfamiliar to you, Amaya was the sole survivor of the worst single massacre in modern Latin American history.