Via Divina: The Celtic Way for Faculty June 24 to July 23

Wander with God this Summer

In the Celtic tradition of Christianity pilgrims didn’t have a definite destination. They only knew and trusted the trinitarian God who called them as they headed out. This could be a description of the past year which has felt like a time of wandering for many people. We long for some anchor in this uncertainty.

Similar to the Digital Camino last year, this summer InterVarsity Faculty Ministry is offering an opportunity to find that anchor.

Take time to engage with the Triune God—the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—as we explore the roots and branches of the biblical Christianity practiced by early Celtic followers of Jesus. If you long for a way to practice the presence of God in the midst of this time, on your campus, and in your community, join us this summer.

Here’s a taste of what’s ahead.

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The Dead Theologians Reading Group Summer Info

The Dead Theologians group reading for this summer is – The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses by Henry Drummond. The book is available as a free ebook in a variety of formats from Project Gutenberg and at Christian Classics Ethereal Library. It is also available in hardcover and paperback from the usual book sources. It is also available as an audio book free on LibriVox and at commercial audio book sources.

As with past summer readings it is understood participants are all likely to miss a few sessions, so the chosen book has smaller self-contained sections. The first session is planned for Wednesday, May 19 at 7:45am on Zoom. Email Paul Post for the link.

Please share with others you think might be interested.

ESN Conversation: Posting Peace

May 13 at 3 PM EDT on Zoom
Most of us are still recovering from the toxic discourse on social media during the November elections. We just got on social media to share pictures and updates with friends. Why does this happen? And how can we have a constructive and redemptive presence online, even with those who post what for us seem outrageous things? Is our only alternative to leave?

Doug Bursch and Bob Trube will be talking about these questions and Doug’s new book, Posting Peace on May 13 at 3 pm ET. I hope you will join me for this important conversation, hopefully the beginning of better online conversations for all of us. Sign up today at And invite your friends!
Flyer for event listing date and time with photos of the book cover and the author.