Homer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Homer

A volunteer or employee of a non-profit organization who works primarily from home. The term is primarily used in the context of small Christian churches or ministries. See also: Telecommuting.
References in periodicals archive ?
HOMER Pro has had major updates every 3 months since its release in November 2014.
BARNEY: Hey, Homer, I'm worried about the beer supply.
The Limits of Heroism; Homer and the Ethics of Reading.
Might the town's anger at Homer have something to do with his method of pig waste disposal?
An avid sportsman and naturalist, Homer was also master of the wildlife genre, best at both observing and identifying with the sporting landscape.
19) For all three men, there was no doubt of the need to reformulate Kantor's character Homer Wermels, a severely disabled, young Navy veteran whose brain injury in combat led him to drool, slur his speech, twitch and shake, and walk with a Foot-dragging gait.
Berry & Homer is committed to providing the highest-quality products and services in the industry and we are confident Bill and Joe can help us meet these goals.
The thirteen essays included in this special issue on "Reading Homer in the 21st Century" are divided into three main sections.
Since being assigned to Lancaster last week, Hankerd, a third-round selection in this year's draft out of USC, has produced, going 6 for 24 with two homers and a double.
Here Kris, a father of four, reveals how Homer is shaping young morals - for the better.
Berry & Homer produced the image on a pressure-sensitive vinyl using a VuTek 3360 grand format solvent inkjet output device.
After White Sox center fielder Aaron Rowand robbed Vladimir Guerrero of a home run, Darin Erstad hit the Angels' third homer of the inning off White Sox starter Orlando Hernandez (9-8).