On the short list of things people usually associate with my home state of Kentucky—horse racing, bourbon, an obsession with college basketball—one of the most prominent is Fort Knox.

Popular culture really knows just one thing about Fort Knox: there’s gold in there. Which isn’t just an urban legend—there really are, literally, tons and tons of it. We’re talking gold bars to the tune of $6 billion, give or take. Gleaming bricks stacked as tall as a sasquatch, a Wall Street fever dream come true. The kind of lucre that Scrooge McDuck might fill a swimming pool with.

By Steve Tamayo
Chances are, it'll be a lot more difficult to find a small group after college than it was in college. That's okay. Here are some helpful tips.
By Heather Hocking

When looking at a measly income and a mountain of student debt, one might assume that God’s call to generosity doesn’t apply, at least not until your finances look less terrifying.

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."


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