Reflections on Returning from Kentucky

Spring Break Trip Participants

Sorry for the blogging-break – I’ve been busy! I’ve just returned from the Humanist Graduate Community at Harvard’s 4th annual Secular Spring Break Service Trip. This year, we headed to Harlan, KY, for a week of service-learning focused on the environmentally-damaging practice of mountaintop removal mining. The trip was extremely challenging: physically, of course (my [Read More...]

Secular Service in the Appalachians

Compassion

The Humanist Graduate Community at Harvard is fundraising for our fourth annual Spring Break Service Trip. We are looking for help to reduce flight costs and to enable us to take a full group of students to engage in environmental work. If you are able to help out, please donate here! At the Humanist Graduate [Read More...]

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Ethical Culture

The weekend I had the pleasure of addressing the members of the Baltimore Ethical Society, one of a network of godless congregations around the country dedicated to individual and social ethical improvement (collectively called the American Ethical Union). I’ve been visiting Ethical Societies rather frequently recently as part of my training to become an Ethical Culture Leader [Read More...]

I’m On the The Pink Atheist Podcast!

Evangelizing

Check out my recent appearance on the Pink Atheist Podcast with Rachel Johnson, Phil Ferguson, and fellow guest Todd Stiefel! We talk atheism, Humanism, the Humanist Community Project, and coming out of closets! Listen Now! [Read more...]

Welcome, Adam – Let’s Fight!

Dialogue

You will perhaps have noticed that Adam Lee of Daylight Atheism has recently joined our little network here – go him! His blog is great: his writing cogent and lively, his views well-formed, and his speeches interesting and feisty  So, obviously, I’m going to pick a fight with him. Well, not a fight exactly: let’s say [Read More...]

ROUSE Them: The Eight Elements of Inspiration

ROUSE Them

Over at my new website ROUSE Them I’ve developed a model for helping leaders inspire people to act around an issue. It’s relevant to anyone in any leadership position, including members of freethought groups who wish to mount a campaign to defend and promote secular values! In the post I outline the eight elements of [Read More...]

Harvard Humanist Blogathon!

Humanist Community at Harvard

Donate to the HCH here! See the blogathon posts here! Right now as we speak Chelsea Link and Chris Stedman – staff members at the renowned (=P) Humanist Community at Harvard – are conducting a 12 hour blogathon in order to raise money for the HCH and our national projects! The Humanist Community at Harvard [Read More...]


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