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Using the Tools of Psychology to Study Children’s Ministry

Using the Tools of Psychology to Study Children’s Ministry

While children do think differently about the world, they also offer an interesting case study about how we communicate love… when we kind of back up the developmental clock and look at kids, we see that love is just as much an embodied interaction in a relational space. Even when we cover it up and rationalize it in adulthood, that doesn’t go away. For this reason, there’s value in thinking about what formation looks like for our 10-year-olds. They cry for the same experiences our adult hearts crave.

Books

John Stott on Creation Care

John Stott on Creation Care

This 2021 book, John Stott on Creation Care, compiles his writings on the subject, allowing us to learn more about his commitment to loving our future neighbors (and our present ones) through our concern for creation.

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

Wheaton Professor John Walton’s The Lost World of Adam and Eve considers how reading Genesis 2 and 3 with consideration to the culture in which it was written can inform our understanding not only of the scriptural text itself but also how we interact with scientific knowledge about the origins of humans.

COVID-19 Resources

Making Progress Post-Pandemic

Making Progress Post-Pandemic

“Trouble is opportunity.” I don’t think Sir John Marks Templeton was the first to coin that phrase, but I heard it a lot during my decade working for his foundation. It was one of his investment...

Shepherding to Herd Immunity

Shepherding to Herd Immunity

For pastors, this really is the moment for us to protect our flock from the thieves and wolves that would steal the very health of our congregation and our individual members. It’s our moment to take on the role as shepherds of our flocks.

Podcasts

How are Humans Unique: An Introduction to the Conversation

How are Humans Unique: An Introduction to the Conversation

While Christian theologians generally believe we are uniquely made in the image of God, few agree on the details of what it is that makes humans unique. The topic is rich and complex, requiring us to consider Scripture, theology and science. In an attempt to do this complexity justice, BioLogos has produced six podcast episodes on the imago Dei which at least provide a good opening to the conversation.

Race & Science

Engaging Science with Marginalized Communities of Faith

Engaging Science with Marginalized Communities of Faith

We know that science engagement ranks low for marginalized communities of faith. However, we remain committed to helping all churches embrace science as a means for spiritual growth. As a result, SftC is committed to finding ways to foster science equity for BIPOC, engaging and leveraging diverse voices, and strengthening relationships with marginalized communities of faith.

Videos

Three Seconds Video

Three Seconds Video

“Three seconds” is the winner of the World Bank Group’s 2016 Film4Climate Global Video Competition. Clocking in at 4:17, it might make the perfect compelling introduction for your small group or Sunday school class to start talking about creation care.

Websites

Science-Engaged Worship from ECLAS

Science-Engaged Worship from ECLAS

ECLAS (Equipping Christian Leaders in an Age of Science) in one of our peer organizations. They recently launched their own blog which includes resources and recommendations for science-engaged worship, including when it comes to preaching, music, the church calendar, and more.