Fill out our fall Writer’s Survey!
In our first preview post last Sunday, we introduced several new and ongoing ways to connect with the wider community of Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) members. As we wrap up our fall preview series today, we’d like to highlight one more way to engage with community. We’re inviting members and friends of ESN to share more about their own communities on the blog this year. We’d love to encourage emerging scholars by sharing what other believers are doing to build community in their own localities or online networks.
Our hope is that sharing your stories and ideas on the blog will encourage others, provide potential models for those starting new communities or looking for new ideas, and deepen our sense of community as Christ’s people around the world.
Have a story or idea to share? Planning a conference? Making a list of questions or resources to share in a local InterVarsity chapter or similar group? We’d love to hear about it. Tell us through our Fall 2015 Writer’s Survey.
Writer’s Guidelines: Highlighting Community
We publish pieces sharing ways that Christian academics are building community and exploring their vocations. Our hope is that these pieces will encourage Christian scholars through showing the variety and breadth of activity among academics in God’s Kingdom, and will also serve as models for those seeking to build or strengthen communities of Christian academics. These pieces often feature the activities of InterVarsity grad and faculty chapters, and we also welcome posts from other organizations we admire or collaborate with. If you want to share about a conference, an organization, a small group book or practice that worked for you, or other communal endeavors, this is a great place to do it.
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The Emerging Scholars Network is always seeking opportunities to identify, encourage, and equip the next generation of Christian scholars to be a redeeming influence in the academy, church, and the world. As you have an announcement, a "call for papers", an event, a prayer request (e.g., campus, field, higher ed), a resource suggestion, a review, etc., which is in concord with our Kingdom of God endeavor, please send materials (marketing/sales material not accepted) for consideration to post via email or the ESN Writer Survey. Thank-you. To God be the glory!