Read Rev. Rodriguez's blog at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference Web site. The site also provides streaming video of several of Rev. Rodgriguez's sermons
Samuel Rodriguez: OnFaith
Read Rev. Rodriguez's blog entries on THE WASHINGTON POST's On Faith blog.
"The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez: Ministering to the Needs of His People,"
NEWSWEEK, Arian Campo-Flores, December 31, 2008
NEWSWEEK's profile of "one to watch in 2008.
"Pastor dubbed the Karl Rove of Latino evangelical strategy,"
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, Margaret Ramirez, January 28, 2008
"The Call of Samuel,"
Tim Stafford, CHRISTIANITY TODAY, September 1, 2006.
Samuel Rodriguez wants to build a bridge between Hispanic and Anglo evangelicals.
RELIGION AND ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY: Hispanic Voters
October 6, 2006
The PBS show's coverage of Hispanic voters includes an extended interview with Samuel Rodriguez
"Issues Start Rush to Vote by Hispanics
," Julia Preston, THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 5, 2008.
"Spurred by the widespread crackdown on illegal immigration and by the contentious tone of the national immigration debate, Latinos are gearing up for Tuesday's voting with an eye toward making Hispanics a decisive voting bloc nationwide in November."
Latinos, religion and change: Minnesota Public Radio
"A new report from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life indicates that Hispanics are transforming the religious landscape in America, and that transformation may have political implications as well."
Moved by the Spirit; Hispanics
Drawn to Festive Worship Fuel Rise of Charismatic Church Services (pdf)
by Tal Abaddy, SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL, May 27, 2007.
Pew Hispanic Center
"Founded in 2001, the Pew Hispanic Center is a nonpartisan research organization supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Its mission is to improve understanding of the U.S. Hispanic population and to chronicle Latinos' growing impact on the entire nation."
Religion Important, but Overlooked, Element in Immigration Debate, Experts
by Bob Allen, ETHICS DAILY, Sept. 20, 2007
"Religion has a major role to play in the outcome of immigration debate but is largely overlooked amid local tensions and failed efforts in Congress to enact comprehensive immigration reform, three experts said in a telephone news conference Wednesday."