Almost 100% Commit to Repeat Work in Arizona
JFA’s training team mentored 44 students and one teacher from St. Mary’s Catholic High School and Bourgade Catholic High School in the Phoenix area. All but a few of these students committed to create a conversation about abortion in their everyday lives (what JFA calls “Repeat Work”) after volunteering with us during the ASU campus […]
JFA on the Radio: Chris Fabry Live
JFA’s Jordan Newhouse and I recently appeared on Chris Fabry Live on the Moody Radio Network. You can listen to a recording of the show here.
"Esau’s Soup" Wins $500 in Talent Show for JFA
JFA volunteer Danny Joseph recently gave a moving performance of a spoken poem entitled “Esau’s Soup” at a talent show in Oklahoma City and won $500 for JFA! In his introductory remarks, he described JFA: So, what they do is they train people to be persuasive and at the same time gentle about the subject. […]
Josh Brahm recently posted a helpful response to the “After-Birth Abortion” article in JME.
Reading Journal: "King of the Birds"
Flannery O’Connor, Mystery and Manners — Occasional Prose, ed. Sally and Robert Fitzgerald (New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2001), 3-21
Reading Journal: "Asbestos Removal Closes NYC Schools (Contaminated Mountains Out of Mole Spills)"
John Allen Paulos, A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper (New York: Anchor Books, 1996), 140-143
Reading Journal: "Ranking Health Risks: Experts and Laymen Differ (The Dyscalculia Syndrome)"
John Allen Paulos, A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper (New York: Anchor Books, 1996), 133-139
Reading Journal: "Cult Members Accuse Government of Plot"
John Allen Paulos, A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper (New York: Anchor Books, 1996), 49-52