Author Donald Miller, who campaigned for President Obama, will be on a task force for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
Miller became involved with the Obama campaign after he gave the benediction at the Democratic National Convention. He then traveled with the campaign to Christian colleges, including Calvin and Hope Colleges in Michigan. He writes about his new role with the office on his blog but doesn't go into details.
I'll be meeting with the CFBCI about twice a month, when I'm able to sit on on the conference call, and I'll keep you informed of their progress. It all sounds really good to me and I'm honored to be one of the people they've asked for input. I assure you I'm a small fish on the phone. Perhaps the smallest.
Evangelicals on the office's broader council include Richard Stearns, president of World Vision, Frank S. Page, president emeritus of the Southern Baptist Convention, Joel C. Hunter, pastor of Northland, a Church Distributed, and ...1