Tag Archives: The Neighbor Project

The Neighbor Project’s 2020 Gala

NOTE: Two hours after it’s close online, the gala had raised some $150,000, with more to come in over the next couple of weeks!  Thank you all.  If you missed it, or were too busy having fun during it to … Continue reading

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Climbing Bryan’s Mountain, 2020

This isn’t a picture on Bryan’s Mountain (Bell Rock), but another place in Sedona: Red Rock Crossing, what some have said is the most photographed spot in Arizona.  You can see why.  That’s my son Aaron looking up at Cathedral … Continue reading

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A Baccalaureate Sermon: It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know

Yesterday I had my last online video class with students who were studying “The Long 18th Century” with me this term.  Online because of the world pandemic, because of which there won’t be any traditional graduation ceremonies, or much else … Continue reading

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