On the 99 & the 1.

"There’s something about a nonviolent protest that gets any coffee-drinkin’ progressive excited about “stickin’ it to the man.” I appreciated this reflection by Kurt Willems at The Pangea Blog on the current 'Occupy' Movement and the parable of the Lost Sheep.


Sowing Hope: Clarence Jordan at Koinonia Farm

Clarence Jordan was a man of unusual abilities and commitment. He had two Ph.D.’s. So gifted was he, he could have chosen to do anything he wanted. He chose to serve the poor. In the 1940’s, he founded a farm in Americus, Georgia, and called it Koinonia Farm. It was a community for poor whites …