This week, I’m out of the office and celebrating the new year. If you’ll also be celebrating, I hope you’re able to enjoy spending time with those who matter most to you.
Even if the holiday has snuck up on you, I hope you’ll take the opportunity to reflect on the past year and consider how you can make the most of the one to come.
If you haven’t done so yet, please take just a couple minutes to complete a short reader survey and help shape blog content for next year. Then, tune back in Monday, 7 January, to continue the discussion here about life and work in biblical studies.
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