Well, I packed my bags this morning and headed to the Acton University in Grand Rapids. Below is evidence that I always pack the most critical items first. (Mrs. Kronicle exercised a veto of this plan.)
Once I got checked in at the motel, it was over to the Eberhard Center for social hour before dinner.
The view out the window is beautiful. (I love rivers.)
Father Robert Sirico gave the opening address to more than 275 attendees from 41 different countries and a variety of Christian traditions including Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Mainline Protestant and Evangelical Protestant.
The evening finished with Sirico conducting a moving interview of 87 year old Diet Eman concerning her work in the Dutch resistance movement during World War II.
My schedule for tomorrow morning:
Session 1: Economic Thought before the Enlightenment
Session 2: Technology, Culture and the Market
Session 3: Wealth in Scripture
Showing of the Documentary "Call of the Entrepreneur"
"A Journey From Pride to Gratitude" by Jeff Sandefer.