Staff Blogger: Rev. Dr. Charlie Yoost, Director of Religious Life, Lakeside Chautauqua When the Babylonians attacked Jerusalem in 586 B.C., they took as prisoners most of the inhabitants of the city....

Staff Blogger: Rev. Dr. Charlie Yoost, Director of Religious Life, Lakeside Chautauqua The year was 1633. The place was Oberammergau, Germany. Europe was in the midst of the Thirty Years War,...

Staff Blogger: Rev. Dr. Charlie Yoost, Director of Religious Life, Lakeside Chautauqua The Chinese character for crisis is a combination of the characters for danger and opportunity.  The crisis in which...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Wednesday, Feb. 14 local time. We began the morning with the story of...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Tuesday, Feb. 13 local time. Today was a day at the sea! Caesarea,...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Monday, Feb. 12 local time. Our second day of learning and exploring we...

Staff Blogger: Gretchen Colón, Vice President of Advancement & Communications *This blog was written by Gretchen Colón on Monday, Feb. 12 local time. A Journey to the Dead Sea As we...

Guest Blogger: Bruce Stambaugh, Lakesider Lakeside, Ohio. Those back-to-back names seem too ordinary, too mundane to be considered a desired vacation destination. For our family, though, like thousands of others, that’s...

Guest Blogger: Randy Snow, Lakeside Chautauqua Board of Directors Chair As my son and his family were traveling to Lakeside to visit us, as they approached the Thomas Edison Bridge, our...

When you visit Lakeside, one of the benefits of the Chautauqua experience are the many ways to embrace your faith. Lakeside is a wonderful place to reflect and grow spiritually. During...