For me, reading Isaiah 58 is a like a burst of oxygen. The prophet critiques us when we pretend to serve God but our activities all end in quarrel, strife Continue Reading
I received an email this morning of a co-worker who lost her husband. She is a pleasant, family woman who consistently kept her family in focus. She will not have Continue Reading
Despite is struggling economy and poverty challenges, the Economist’s article sees great potential for Buffalo, NY (hometown!) to rebound. UB/Henry Taylor’s Center for Urban Studies gets a shout out too!
I am listening to a show on NPR about gambling and what casinos do to drive addicted gamblers into their doors. I didn’t hear anything that was shocking or revelatory. Continue Reading
“Under the Strategic Staffing Initiative, principals who have improved student performance at their current school are given bonuses and allowed to recruit new leadership teams in exchange for moving to chronically low-performing schools. Once at the new schools, the principals are permitted to remove as many as five teachers if they consider them to be hostile to reform. These turnaround schools are also given high priority when their new leadership teams request technology, staffing or new programs.”
This is a note to selected people requesting their input into a book proposal. I want to get a sense for what might be most marketable.
Good Friday sermon delivered on April 2, 2010 at New Hope Missionary Baptist in Milwaukee. From Luke 23:39-42 – The Word of Salvation
Hello Blog World! I am taking my second kick at the blogging cat (poor thing!). I am using my Blackberry as a tool for purposes of posting. I have found Continue Reading
It is early thanksgiving morning. I am, I suddenly realizing with irony, watching Groundhog Day and working on a paper that is do at 8:00 am. It is a most Continue Reading
Okay, I am excited, I have been looking for a way to do some blogging without too much technological thinking on my part. I hope this is it!