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First Principles

July 18, 2017

This past week my wife held a conversation using the app Meetup to bring folks together to discuss spirituality and religion. I went with her this week and the question we discussed was, “What is your guiding principle in life?” We had a diverse group of people with various backgrounds and experiences and unsurprisingly the […]

When Schools Do More Than Educate.

December 31, 2016

One habit I have forced myself to get into since I became a teacher is to read news articles about education. I used to glance over these headlines without much thought because education is one of those issues where everyone has an opinion and until the past few years I could not begin to offer […]

Rick Warren’s Invocation

January 21, 2009

So here is another blog about something other than teaching. Yesterday was a historic day and I think it is worth writing about. Rick Warren, evangelical megachurch pastor from California, gave the invocation at yesterday’s inauguration ceremony. First, let me get my bias out of the way. As a evangelical protestant with a slight liberal […]