Articles by: Austin Dannhaus
Austin is an emerging leader focused on social entrepreneurship, third-way politics, and education reform. He is currently in his second year as a 3rd grade teacher in the Washington, D.C. Metro area with Teach For America. Austin serves on the Executive Leadership team of The District Church (www.districtchurch.org) in D.C. and is in the early stages of launching a literacy campaign aimed at struggling school districts. He is a native Texan and graduate of The University of Texas, where he studied Finance and Government.

Young Evangelical’s Prayer for John Piper and Rob Bell 27
by / on February 28, 2011 at 6:53 pm / in Misplaced Jesus, Theology

Young Evangelical’s Prayer for John Piper and Rob Bell

A young evangelicals’ prayer for John Piper, Rob Bell and Christians everywhere in the midst of conflict with one another — with hope for resolution, reconciliation, and restoration.

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Can Christians help close the achievement gap? 0
by / on February 16, 2011 at 2:16 pm / in Broken World, Current Events

Can Christians help close the achievement gap?

Austin Dannhaus, a young evangelical teaching in inner-city Washington, D.C., reflects on his experiences at the Teach for American 20th Anniversary summit this past weekend, specifically on the role of faith communities in closing the education gap. His three hard-hitting conclusions may surprise you.

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