"A joyful heart is a good medicine." This was once proverbial wisdom. It is true because joy connects us with God, and that is the healthiest place for us to be. This ancient wisdom deserves a revival in our day. In fact, it is our only hope. Spring, summer, fall, winter. New moon, crescent moons, full moon. Evening, morning, afternoon. There are cadences in creation. Patterns in the fabric of the world. Work, rest, and play are salient features in the sacred configuration of life. Learn what God intends for them, and discover greater joy in your day-to-day life!
In 1983 Rick and Sue Howe moved to Boulder, Colorado, where they raised three children - Amberle, Lorien, and Jamison - and have devoted more than thirty years to campus ministry at the University of Colorado. In addition to writing and speaking, Rick now leads University Ministries, whose mission is to "inspire and nurture a thoughtful pursuit of Christ, one student, one professor, one university at a time." Through written and spoken word, Rick is known for inspiring others to a thoughtful and joyful pursuit of Christ. He holds degrees from Denver Seminary and Princeton Theological Seminary. He enjoys hiking and snowshoeing in the Rocky Mountains as often as he can. To learn more about Rick, visit his website at www.rickhowe.org. To learn more about University Ministries, see www.university-ministries.org.