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Wild Wonders Camp or VBS Curriculum

Wild Wonders Camp or VBS Curriculum

Wild Wonders from A Rocha is a camp or VBS curriculum that “helps parents and churches get kids outside and spark their imaginations as they learn about God and explore the world around them.” The offering includes three different one-week programs organized around the themes of “wonder”, “care”, and “flourish.”

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.

Psychology for the Church: Q&A with Erin Smith

Psychology for the Church: Q&A with Erin Smith

I worked with a professor who had a research program probing religious cognition. They were asking fascinating questions around how we know and how we come to decide what is real. The implications in their research for both religion and science were really important.

Homeschool Resources from BioLogos

Homeschool Resources from BioLogos

If you’ve ever shopped for homeschool curricula, you know what a challenge it is to find the right fit for your family – and science is a subject that can be especially challenging. The good news is that BioLogos has some resources to help you in your choice.

Scientists in Congregations UK

Scientists in Congregations UK

Following the path first mapped by Scientists in Congregations in the US, over 50 UK churches and ministries were awarded grants to do creative ministry engaging science at the congregational level.  Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science (ECLAS) lists the recipients with brief project descriptions for each one. Many have their own website where you can dive deeper into the specific programs they have developed.

Evangelicals of All Ages for Creation Care

Evangelicals of All Ages for Creation Care

The Evangelical Environmental Network seeks to inspire, equip, educate, and mobilize evangelical Christians to love God and others by rediscovering and reclaiming the Biblical mandate to care for creation and working toward a stable climate and a healthy, pollution-free world. They also work closely with the Young Evangelicals for Climate Action who have their own set of resources for younger disciples of Christ who care deeply for God’s creation.