How do you build trust among villagers in order to establish a school? Published November 29 2009
... to religious extremism and terrorism Published November 27 2009
A description written by my brother of a brief -- and encouraging -- encounter with a dear friend. Published November 25 2009
and thoughts about the nature of heaven, and of love Published November 20 2009
Mortenson's work to promote peace and educate girls in Afghanistan and Pakistan Published November 19 2009
How often does one hear God speaking directly through a song? Published November 13 2009
...towards people of different faiths? Published November 9 2009
A couple of more thoughts, and a question Published November 5 2009
Born in Lafayette, Indiana and I grew up mostly in the northern part of Texas. From 1982 to 2009, I worked as a research librarian at the Washington Times. Most important, I'm married to Silvia, my best friend. We ...
A round eye’s guide into the Chinese world.
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Chinese value education over religion
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