We are told, a quest is a chivalrous enterprise involving an adventurous journey. This definition seems a bit old fashion for us in the 21 century. For many, an arduous adventure or journey to obtain or accomplish something of significance might fit the bill better for a modern day definition.
I think there is a quest, embedded deep in the Christian experience. It may be more arduous for Christians in the States than in other places in the world. But, I believe it will be an adventure for everyone who undertakes it.
It seems to be a universal quest, a journey for every believer and every Body of believers. It is a quest, not for knowledge or facts, or for experience or accomplishment. But a quest for the integration of the indwelling Spirit with our everyday life. Without this integration, there will be no incarnation. Without incarnation, the things we try to accomplish for the Kingdom will be nothing more than a Christian Good Deeds List - which only requires brief moments of philanthropy rather than a life marked by sacrifice.
The quest begins with two questions. The Apostle Paul poses these two question to the church in Corinth who have not yet begun the quest., and may not even realize it exists.