Most Visited ESN Blog Posts in 2017

As we engage 2018, I thought that it would be of benefit for the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) to offer a series of short posts reviewing some of where the blog has been, what continues to serve as “must reads,” and where we are headed in the coming months. Shout-out to Andy for getting the ball rolling with Science Corner: 2017 in Review and Science Corner: Looking Back to Move Forward!

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Today, I commend to you ESN’s most visited blog posts in 2017. Not surprisingly, they are “classic” pieces which address a variety of topics and have been shared widely. If you have not already done such, I recommend that you read, share, and discuss the posts which you find pertinent to your context.

Great to have you part of the Emerging Scholars Network! Stay tuned for the Most Visited Posts of 2017, Resources for the New Year, and A New Year at ESN. If you missed the material we wrote / highlighted during the month of December, visit ESN Review 🙂

To God be the glory!

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Tom Grosh IV

Tom enjoys daily conversations regarding living out the Biblical Story with his wife Theresa and their four girls, around the block, at Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church (where he teaches adult electives and co-leads a small group), among healthcare professionals as the South Central PA Area Director for the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA), and in higher ed as a volunteer with the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN). The Christian Medical Society / CMDA at Penn State College of Medicine is the hub of his ministry with CMDA. Note: Tom served with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship / USA for 20+ years, including 6+ years as the Associate Director of ESN. He has written for the ESN blog from its launch in August 2008. He has studied Biology (B.S.), Higher Education (M.A.), Spiritual Direction (Certificate), Spiritual Formation (M.A.R.), Ministry to Emerging Generations (D.Min.). To God be the glory!

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