This collection of developing essays could ultimately become a memoir that tries to be accurate as it reconstructs parts of my past.
“I think to really learn something you need to teach it,” Warren said. “Students may not always learn it, but you do.”
So, has 2017 been a good year, or not so good? Gulp. It’s tempting to go on about leadership that has fallen, role models who have disappointed, and our individual aches and pains.
This is the story of a young man fresh out of seminary who becomes the pastor of a church seeking a new leader.
As always we treasure this season of music and hope in the midst of family and friends.
Do you know people who love (or at least are very interested in) the competing religions that center around golf AND God?
Last evening my wife Mim and I along with some friends went to see the movie Sully.
Thank you to Wisconsin Watch and contributor Mara Jezior who wrote recently…
A novel idea: Beloit author donates proceeds to support investigative reporting
“Sometime, when author Tom Warren researches issues for his books, he feels the pull to become an advocate.”
Tom Warren presenting a talk on Cuba to the Beloit Society for Learning Unlimited (SLU) in the fall of 2015.
SLU is a non-profit organization that supports life-long learning in the Stateline area. SLU’s roots are at Beloit College and BC faculty often contribute classes. Warren visited Cuba a few weeks after the announcement by Presidents Obama and Castro began the process that opened relationships between their two nations. Warren describes himself as an enthusiastic learner about Cuba . . . not an expert.”
Not totally gone.
During spring and summer we have made five or six trips to the cabin (Read: lake) and each time north I have been accompanied by the anxiety of experiencing no beach when we get there.
My expectations have been so pessimistic that almost every time upon arrival I have been mildly encouraged: there is some sand still there and during our most recent trip in early September we were back to having a beach fire on, well, a beach.
Our diminished beach is partly a function of the rising lake, but not totally. Currents and sand flows that have been very good to us over the decades have moved on.