The key to keeping our sanity and care for one another during this time comes (by way of pun) in choosing to do two seemingly contradictory things: “zooming in” and “zooming out.” We need to zoom in on finding what moments we can to pursue the Lord, to rest in him. We need to zoom out to see the bigger picture, to stay connected to Jesus’ body.
Although much of the national news media is rightly focused on things like social distancing, testing and vaccines, there is another important dimension to the 2020 coronavirus crisis that merits analysis—the use of massive amounts of debt to finance mitigation efforts.
To be a Christian leader is more than just being a Christian and having a title. It is more than leading Christianly and becomes even more impactful, and faithful, when it is reimagined as leading redemptively.
The future in every arena of life is murkier than ever. For the church, though, the coronavirus is providing clarity.
Designing a classroom environment that values a growth mindset has been vital in helping students believe that they can learn mathematics.
A growing movement toward open educational resources (OERs) provides some financial relief for students and supports a vision of education that would have all students flourish.