Research into resources.

Research into resources.

Helping the church become the best place for young people to grow.

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

I often wondered, if we as Christians believe that all are made in the image of God, then shouldn’t all of our experiences be represented when considering theology? Wouldn’t this help us gain a fuller and richer notion of who God is? If the body of Christ is made up of persons from every nation, tribe and tongue, then our learning about God—particularly in the textbooks from which we read and teach—should reflect this reality.

Ministry leaders—Stop guessing and start achieving your goals

Ministry leaders—Stop guessing and start achieving your goals

“Our church knows exactly where we’re headed and the next steps that will get us there!”

Could you make that same statement about your church with confidence?

Parenting

3 ways to get talking with parents about technology

3 ways to get talking with parents about technology

As third graders, my daughter’s class does most of their homework in Google classroom. She designs slide presentations to share what she did over school breaks. Using YouTube tutorials (under supervision, of course,) she’s taught herself to finger knit and bake a tie dye cake. And while she’s cleaning her room, she asks Alexa to play her favorite children’s podcasts.

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

I often wondered, if we as Christians believe that all are made in the image of God, then shouldn’t all of our experiences be represented when considering theology? Wouldn’t this help us gain a fuller and richer notion of who God is? If the body of Christ is made up of persons from every nation, tribe and tongue, then our learning about God—particularly in the textbooks from which we read and teach—should reflect this reality.

What’s your language for discipleship?

What’s your language for discipleship?Insights from FYI Research

As Christians, we can identify what spiritual formation is because there are common outcomes across traditions. Yet the ways we approach and talk about it are numerous. Understanding how we think and talk about spiritual formation can help ministry leaders better integrate character and virtue development into discipleship efforts.

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

4 steps to evaluate or create inclusive curriculum

I often wondered, if we as Christians believe that all are made in the image of God, then shouldn’t all of our experiences be represented when considering theology? Wouldn’t this help us gain a fuller and richer notion of who God is? If the body of Christ is made up of persons from every nation, tribe and tongue, then our learning about God—particularly in the textbooks from which we read and teach—should reflect this reality.