“Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest,” Jesus said.

Peter was the first to nod. “Okay Google/Alexa/Siri, define rest.”

“Sure, according to Merriam-Webster, rest is a bodily state characterized by minimal functional and metabolic activities or, alternatively, peace of mind or spirit.”

“Gotcha, thanks,” Thomas said. “So Google/Alexa/Siri, where can we find rest?”

“There are eight hotels within five miles of your location. Would you like me to book a reservation?”

“Sure. Guys, how many rooms should we get?” Philip asked. “Do you think they have a pool?”   

No, no, that did not happen in the Bible. Thankfully.

By Nathan Peterson

Job hunting doesn’t have to be a necessary evil or an awful season of life. It can be exciting, refreshing, and encouraging as we wait for the Lord to begin the next chapter in our lives.

By Brenda Jo Wong

“Do you want to go to Hawai`i?” Assuming that my boss was asking about a supervisory visit to Hawai`i, I eagerly said yes. Then she explained that she was asking me to help replant InterVarsity’s ministry because there were only two students left. 

By Anne McCracken

"It was the beginning of learning to let him be in charge of our prayer times together, learning to let Him speak, and learning to really listen and hear his voice."

By Stephanie Fredrick

Summer is great. But being out of your normal routine can make staying connected to your faith a little difficult. Here are three resources to keep your quiet times strong.

By Andrew McCarty

So many of us get so riled up by “disagreeable” news outlets and opponents we deem as biased in all the wrong ways--but what how do we read or hear the news with love, humility, and patience? 


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