5 Reasons Why the Church Should Embrace Science

bebraveI apologize for my insightful absence here. I could blame the summer schedule but it has more to do with transition and about my son being named “Prince William County Fugitive of the Week.” I’m not yet ready to talk about that here but your prayers sure are appreciated.

So as a distraction I’m linking this great Relevant article. I do this because this is some brave Wild Frontier thinking that I love (though I wish it wasn’t so brave) and because one of my favorite teens in my 34 years of youth ministry is certainly going to be a man of great science as well as a man of faith. I am one of his biggest cheerleaders as he studies things I do not care to even try to understand. I just know from the bottom of my soul that Ian is a man of science destiny to the glory of God.

By the way, Ian is the brother of our blogger Dauntlessly Cautious. I’m so honored to be a part of this family!!

I also have a brother who holds a doctorate in meteorology.  Another man of science I love.

Go science! Go God! Go together because God is the creator of science and it reflects Him in every bit of it.

And with all that is going on, it is good to know that God holds all things in the palm of his hands and science leads us to proving this over and over again.


Be brave.

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Brenda Seefeldt began life in youth ministry in 1981. That is before the internet, YouTube, texting and even before PowerPoint. (But it was after flannel boards.) Brenda has written and shared much of what she has learned through the resource of Wild Frontier and in many youth ministry publications as she continues on in youth ministry. Brenda is a brave one. She stutters yet is a national speaker. She loves teaching so much she’s also been a substitute teacher for over 20 years. She’s brave enough to enter any classroom at a middle school. She also simply loves teaching groups, whether they are teens or adults. Due to the many years of youth ministry, Brenda has “coached” many grown teens in dating. She finds herself very opinionated on that with lots to share. Brenda loves her God-given family–four sons and 4 grandchildren. They are God-given, not birthed. That alone is a brave story, one she tells here and there as the story really belongs to her sons.

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