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Happy New Year!  I hope you’re doing well and that 2010 has been a good year for you.  It certainly has been for me, and I’d like to say thank you to you for being a part of it.  

As I prepare for my final semester of graduate school at Jerusalem University College I have been working on transitioning my blog from simply a blog into a more permanent informational resource.  The result is!  Its goal is to serve as a springboard for you to dive as deeply as you want to go into the historical and geographical backgrounds of the Bible.  It will continue to expand over the next semester whenever I have time to take a break from school and create some new pages.  

Check out the upper right hand corner of any webpage on this site. You should see a small white rectangle. If you do not see it scroll to the top of this page and hover your mouse over that area. A box should drop down showing, from top to bottom, two arrows and two letters of different sizes. Clicking on the arrows will expand the width of the content area of the webpage. By clicking on the two letters of different sizes the size of the text on the page will increase or decrease.

Please send me any questions or comments via the Contact page on this site.  If I get the same question or similar ones numerous times I will probably create a Frequently Asked Questions page. Feel free to tell anyone you think would be interested about this site.

This next semester I will be writing my graduate thesis paper as well as comprehensive exams and the remaining classes required for my masters degree. Please pray for me as I begin the push through final portion of this graduate program.

Grace and peace,