Kōloa, Hawaii -- While I'm gone a few days catching my breath after a terrifically busy winter, I'm going to give you a couple of sources from which to get updates about religious news.
Another good source of news and analysis in the world of faith is the Pew Research Center. Lots of studies worth reading can be found there, too.
While I'm gone I also invite you to explore the various essays I have here on the blog under the "Check this out" headline on the right side of this page. And, of course, if you've missed any postings over the last 12-plus years I've been writing this blog, now's your time to go to the archives section on the right side of this page and catch up.
Miss me. See you back here before you know it. Or March 15, whichever comes first. Bill.
By the way, many of you know that if you friend me on Facebook, a link to my daily blog will show up in your newsfeed.
(Although each day the weather forecast here on Kauai calls for a good percentage of rain, each day we've mostly managed to avoid rain and do things without hindrance. Friday morning, for instance, we played golf. I'm happy any time on a new course to play nine holes and get one par, which I did. I also managed to anger the golfing gods a few times with my incompetence and my occasional willingness to speak harshly to my ball. But, heck, that's just golf. Friday evening we attended a street art fair and managed not to buy a thing. It wasn't exactly the Brookside or Plaza Art Fair, but it was kind of kicky. I've also enjoyed not being tied to the news quite as much as I am at home. And I've even managed to get some reading done. My bride and I have had a wonderful trip, and I'll be back blogging next week. Fair warning.)