A Life of Flight: Finding Rest in a Distracted World

There is a lack of stillness in our society, and being perpetually busy seems like a mark of maturity. Vacations never quite leave us rested. Hours of TV after work are not filling what needs to be filled. A fast food meal is a preferred choice over an hour of deliberate cooking. Even driving in […]

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TRI Featured on KeyLife Network

Join Steve Brown, Zach Van Dyke and Kevin Labby as they talk with Neal Salzman and Jeremiah Simmons from The Rest Initiative about how grace creates space for healthy ministers of the gospel. KeyLife Network exists to communicate that the deepest message of the ministry of Jesus and the Bible is the radical grace of […]

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TRI @Grace Medical Home

TRI has the privilege of partnering with Grace Medical Home in Orlando, FL. The mission of Grace is to reflect the character and compassion of Christ by offering the highest level of medical care to those in their community who need it most. Grace will provide for the underserved residents, birth to age 65, of […]

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Dan Allender

“We need to say that resting is not lounging. It is not vegging out. It is not tuning out. It is an engagement with what the heart desires that deeply leads into a kind of exploration that brings a taste of wonder and goodness. And therefore opens the heart to receive and offer delight.”   

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Cynthia Eriksson

“The work of international aid is challenging as individuals come face to face with large- scale crisis and suffering. However, the support of colleagues and friends, and an organisation that creates a culture of support, can provide the network of resources necessary to maintain aid workers’ energy, compassionate service, and sense of accomplishment.” Cynthia B. […]

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