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Amor Ministries

Monday, April 6, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

More than half of the scheduled home-building mission trips to Mexico facilitated by Amor Ministries have been canceled by churches and schools fearful of reports of violence in Mexico. This does not speak well for the church, and has left thousands of poor people in Mexico who had been expecting a long hoped-for home in the lurch.

For real information on the real risks of doing business –not mission work– in mexico, consult with Frank Dowse of The Agemus group.

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“30 Ways In 30 Days To Save Your Family”

Monday, April 6, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Rebecca Hagelin’s great new book debuts today, and it is a critical, practical resource for parents. Most new parents get a baby book or two, and they should all get 30 Ways In 30 Days To Save Your Family as well.

30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family

Finally, A Democrat I Can Vote For

Monday, April 6, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Mark Gearan has been nominated for Harvard University’s Board of Overseers.

Mark is the president of Hobart and William Smith College in New York, and a long time Democratic activist and government official. He served in a number of positions for President Clinton, including the Director of the Peace Corps.

Did I mention he was my roommate for two years at Winthrop House?

Mark has never been right about an election as far as I can recall, and we disagree on most of the issues that divide Democrats and Republicans. But he is an extraordinarily good man and an accomplished college administrator and public servant. He has made HWS a campus that is friendly to speakers from all viewpoints and to serious education. All universities could use such people on their boards, and conservatives could only hope to find such talented and good-humored liberals to serve alongside.

“The End of Christian America”: A Week of Radio Debate

Monday, April 6, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

That’s the story in Newsweek, and it features Dr. Albert Mohler, Jr. and deserves a very close read.

Which John Schroeder at Article VI Blog has given it. Read that as well.

When 4,000 jam the gym at Biola University to see a debate between William Lane Craig and Christopher Hitchens (with thousands more in overflow rooms and remote broadcast sites), I suspect as does John Schroeder of Article VI Blog that the Newsweek headline writer wasn’t very concerned with the substance of the Jon Meacham story so much as he was with selling magazines. There is an enormous, exploding interest in faith –and in the new atheists etc– and the technology now available allows for an era that Dr. Thomas P.M. Barnett predicts will see the “Greatest Awakening.” (A transcript of one conversation in which Dr. Barnett discusses this prediction is here.)

When I don’t have guests this week, I will take call from pastors, priests, rabbis and all religious on where they think the religious trajectory of America is headed. E-mails from the clergy are welcome as well: hugh@hughhewitt.com. I’ll post the most persuasive of them all week.

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