I spoke with a debate parent from another state. The parents in her club were concerned over an article I published on a non-Christian website. She felt she was going straight to the source, one … [Read more...] about Debate Teaches Action, Not Apathy
The Purpose of My Web Log (a.k.a. "blog")
Every writer should have a blog. It is nice to have a "log" of my creative ideas and developments as they develop through the years. Be sure to subscribe to my website to be notified by email of my latest blog post.
I completed three interviews with three of our For Action Conference speakers that I think you will appreciate. Even if you don't intend to join us in Colorado Springs January 2-4, these three … [Read more...] about The First 3 For Action Interviews
I explained in a previous post that a group of second generation debaters were making some debate coaches uneasy. It may seem preferable to dislike uneasiness, but I'm siding with Romans … [Read more...] about We Want Transformation, Not Conformity
James O'Keefe amazes me. This is what he does for a living: He walks into hotbeds of corruption and posts what he finds on YouTube. It is shocking what he unveils, a most shocking one released last … [Read more...] about Free Tax Advice from Obamacare Navigators
I just got off the phone with the director of a major nonprofit who is thrilled about the quality of kids coming out of the homeschool debate world. He's so pumped, he can barely stand it. Funny, … [Read more...] about Second Generation Debaters
You know the story of the Good Samaritan, don't you? A man injured on the side of the road is passed by a temple servant and a priest, but then helped by a Samaritan who takes care of him. Don't you … [Read more...] about Modern Samaritans: My Healthcare Alternative