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Jacqueline Isaacs

Posts by Jacqueline Isaacs

Jacqueline Isaacs is the Director of Strategy for Bellwether Communications, where she crafts content strategies for thought leaders. She also serves as the firm’s managing partner in Nashville, TN. She has wide-ranging experience in media relations for national brands and content marketing for nonprofits. She previously served as the Fellow in Strategic Communication with the American Studies Program in Washington, DC. She holds an MBA in Marketing from Johns Hopkins University and a BS in Government from Oral Roberts University. She is the co-author of the book, Called to Freedom: Why You Can Be Christian and Libertarian, and she voiced the recently released audio book version, now available on Audible.

The Poor You Will Always Have With You

Let’s pick up a contentious and confusing topic: poverty. Consider this preparation for conversations with friends and family over the holidays. Yes, yes, how thoughtful of me. You can thank me later. In a recent conversation at a coffee shop, friends discussed...

The Knowledge Problem in the Garden of Eden

Most Christians are familiar with the scene in the Garden of Eden. Inherent to the Christian story is that “God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it,” meaning that before man and woman sinned, and before humanity...

Three Books to Add to Your Christmas List

The holiday season is a time for rest, relaxation and celebration with family and friends. It is for looking back with thanksgiving and looking forward with resolution. For me it is also for catching up on a year’s worth of reading in a desperate attempt to meet...

Our “Too-Cool” Generation Voted for the Cold of Statism

Look around. Commit what you see to memory. One of the most oft-quoted Reaganisms warns that “one of these days you and I are going to spend our sunset years telling our children, and our children’s children, what it once was like in America when men were...

How "The Hunger Games" Should Have Ended

“Greetings to the final contestants of the Seventy-fourth Hunger Games. The earlier revision has been revoked. Closer examination of the rule book has disclosed that only one winner may be allowed,” Claudius Templesmith says. “Good luck and may the...