To curate content for the church with our guided learning paths, learning capsules, and five questions while providing a distinct four-step framework to engage with a topic. We are a Christian collaborative passionate about curating topics for a disillusioned church.
A seed was planted in October of 2019 after reading an article penned by author and co-host of the Holy Post podcast Skye Jethani where he argued that the church may need to pivot away from a sermon-centric model for discipling its members and instead curate content for its congregation. (Read our Why curation is needed article for more information)
This intriguing proposal sent us searching for curated content online and in our churches. We found the resources online overwhelming while our church’s resources lacking. We were further spurred to action in the summer of 2020 with the continued silence in our churches about issues of racism, protesting, immigration, nationalism, partisanship, and a host of other issues. We knew we had to act.
SundaytoSaturday.com was launched in June 2020 with the intention of researching two topics each year from a distinctly Christian perspective. Here is a list of the topics that we have researched over the years.
– Guided learning paths: Whole Life Ethic
– Learning capsules: Image of God
– Five questions: Whole Life Ethic
– Guided learning paths: Guns/gun violence, Christian nationalism
– Learning capsules: Woke, how to read the news, Juneteenth
– Five questions: Guns/gun violence, Christian nationalism
– Surpassed 300 curated forms of media
– Read and reviewed 24 books
– Guided learning paths: Justice, Policing
– Learning capsules: Debuted in the summer; Thanksgiving, white privilege, Black lives matter, Tulsa Race Massacre, and critical race theory.
– Five questions: Debuted in the spring; racism, politics, justice, white privilege, Black lives matter
– Surpassed 200 curated forms of media
– Read and reviewed 23 books
– Guided learning paths: Racism, Politics
– Developed a four-step framework
– Surpassed 100 curated forms of media
– Read and reviewed 16 books
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