Today, we’re happy to welcome Alexis Grant in her first post for Scholar’s Compass, our devotional for academics. For more of Scholar’s Compass, explore our archives here. To read more of Alexis Grant’s work, visit her personal blog, Wonders of His Word.Â [Read more…] about Scholar’s Compass: Starting with the Kingdom in Mind
As the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) presses into the new year, I am really excited about our expanding and deepening team of writers. Our team passionately supports and interacts with those on the academic pathway, working out how their academic vocation serves God, neighbor, community, and creation. In addition to our weekly Sunday morning reflections to focus our week (a number of which areÂ Scholar’s Compass devotionals), periodic offerings by ESN’s editors / writers (i.e., ESN Announcements,Â Hannah EaglesonÂ and Tom Grosh IV) and weekly science posts by Andy WalshÂ (including a book discussion ofÂ When Science and Christianity MeetÂ beginning 2/7), don’t miss . . . [Read more…] about The New Year: ESN’s Blog
Â As we enter the new year, several ESN blog series come to mind as resources for spring campus conversations . . . [Read more…] about Resources for the New Year
Today, weâ€™re delighted to feature a second post for this new year by guest writer and previous ESN Associate Director Micheal Hickerson. Micheal did a great deal to grow ESN. Although heâ€™s moved on to different career commitments, weâ€™re always delighted to share his thoughts with Christian scholars. If youâ€™d like to explore more of Mikeâ€™s work, including last week’s post and his extremely popular March Madness showdown posts on the Best Christian Book of All Time,Â click here. If youâ€™re new to Scholarâ€™s Compass, itâ€™s our ongoing online devotional for academics. Launched in 2014, Scholarâ€™s Compass has proved to be one of ESNâ€™s most popular and enduring features. Click here to access the collection ofÂ Scholarâ€™s CompassÂ posts weâ€™ve built over the past years.
As we look toward the new year tomorrow, join with believers around the world in this prayer.