Fill out our Fall 2015 Writer’s Survey!
Today we’re celebrating one year of Scholar’s Compass. We’re also continuing this week’s preview of ESN activities and blog content this year with a glimpse into how Scholar’s Compass will continue this academic year. God has blessed Scholar’s Compass richly this year, providing great content and a solid foundation for growth in community.
When we launched this experiment last year, we didn’t know what to expect, but God blessed the project with great content about integrating faith and specific subjects, seeking spiritual formation through common academic experiences, navigating the rapids, and deepening academic experience through other aspects of our lives.
We prayed together for growth in community through Scholar’s Compass, and God answered with a great foundation for further community. Over this year, our authors list has risen to nearly 100, and many of those authors have connected with other emerging scholars online and at conferences. Scholar’s Compass has been an integral part of getting to the point where we can plan Google Hangouts, offer the most extensive ESN presence ever at Urbana Student Missions Conference, and partner with other organizations to provide more opportunities for Christian scholars to connect. God has answered this prayer with such faithfulness and abundance. Please join us in thanking Him!
Scholar’s Compass will continue on the blog this year, though we’ll be changing the frequency to make room for some new or expanded blog content in different formats (stay tuned the rest of the week for more). Scholar’s Compass will continue to appear on Sundays. Want to write for it or one of our other pieces? Fill out our short Fall 2015 Writer’s Survey!
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!