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By Scott Wilson

As I helplessly watched the market go up and down this summer, I thought a lot about my old friend Habby. He died 2,500 years ago, penniless as far as I know.

By Lauren Anderson

I came fully prepared with brand new colored pencils, double-spaced manuscripts of our Bible passage, and two containers of freshly baked cookies.

By Gordon Govier
The results of the World Assembly of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students will be seen around the globe, as God works in the lives of the 600 representatives from 150 countries who gathered in Krakow, Poland, at the end of July and through the beginning of August.
By Gordon Govier

How does InterVarsity Press transmit its commitment to thoughtful Christian books in the midst of dancing vegetables promoting Veggie Tales, celebrities touting their celebrity books, and costumed Biblical characters at the International Christian Retail Show?

By Grace Biskie

I’ve been thinking a lot about money lately. Mostly how I’m a dirty, rotten spender. I have tremendous guilt surrounding the mismanagement of funds that I blame solely on growing up in a church focused on a lot of rules. 

By Alison Smith

One of my favorite things to do during the summer, besides lie by the pool, is to go on a Retreat of Silence (ROS).

By Abi Christian

In the late 1990s, shortly after computers became fixed household items, poet Edgar Hix wrote the following CyberPsalm for the Student Leadership Journal.

By Pete Hammond

Though the content of the Bible is unchanging, how we relate to God’s Word differs based on our life experiences.

By Gordon Govier

The Epic of Gilgamesh is an ancient Mesopotamian, well, epic that is fairly well known to many students of the Bible. It’s one of the oldest works of literature and contains some dramatic themes that parallel a few Bible stories in Genesis.

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