Columbus Day, Columbus Day. Each year the United States, along with other countries in the Western Hemisphere commemorate the landing of Christopher Columbus in the “New World.” There is much that could be said about the legacy that Columbus left, but instead of diving in to what could be a quagmire, I’ll ask instead: How […]
Although today is the quintessential end of summer, I can’t really recall it having felt like that to me. Growing up, I was usually in school before Labor Day and this was really the end of summer. It may have been a chance to have a picnic or cook out in the backyard – kind […]
I am currently on paternity leave and my time for blogging will be very limited. I will return on Wednesday, February 23 at which time I will begin to check in again on this blog. Have a happy new year!
I am looking forward to the next few weeks at Resurrection Online. In two weeks we are going to be launching a refresh of the Resurrection Online web and mobile page at http://www.rezonline.org. This will allow you to register your attendance and give without opening a new window. It will also position us to begin […]