About the Event
God made us in His image, and He made us to create. Christian students and faculty regularly use their creativity to discover new things. We crafted a creative new devotional booklet to help scholars connect faith and work as they discover ideas to help all of us flourish.
Join Dr. Hannah Eagleson, the Associate Director of the Intervarsity Emerging Scholars Network, for an intimate evening to reflect with others on creativity, the life of the mind, and growing in Christ.
This event, organized in support of Hannah’s work with Intervarsity, will feature:
- A ministry update from Hannah
- A chance to explore our new Scholar’s Compass devotional
- An interview on creativity with Scholar’s Compass booklet designer Ned Bustard
- Meet other friends, supporters, and participants connected to Hannah’s ministry and the Emerging Scholar’s Network
Featured Guest Interview
Ned Bustard is the graphic designer for World’s End Images and Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA). He crafted the illustrations and book design for the new Scholar’s Compass booklet. He is also a children’s book illustrator, author, and a printmaker. Some of the books he has written, illustrated, or edited include It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God, the Veritas Press Legends & Leagues series, Squalls Before War: His Majesty’s Schooner Sultana, The Chronicles of Narnia Comprehension Guide, Bede’s History of ME, History of Art: Creation to Contemporary, The Reformation ABC’s, Bigger on the Inside: Christianity and Doctor Who, Every Moment Holy, and Revealed: A Storybook Bible for Grown-Ups. He is an elder at Wheatland Presbyterian Church, creative director for Square Halo Books, Inc., curator of the Square Halo Gallery, and serves on the boards of the Association of Scholars of Christianity in the History of Art (ASCHA) and The Row House, Inc. He and his wife Leslie have three daughters, one dog, and an unreasonable amount of books. Ned lives in the West End of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
To attend the event, please make a donation to support Hannah’s ministry through Intervarsity. Current donors are also invited. A no-donation option is available to students, who we would love to see join in!
We encourage people to make recurring donations. Those who donate will receive a thank-you based on the sum of anticipated donations over a three month period, or the amount of your one-time gift. Gifts will be sent in the new year.
If you are an ongoing regular donor or have already made a year end gift for 2021, just register at the link above and note how much you have already given/committed so we can send you a thank you gift.
If you are a student, feel free simply to register above, no need to make a donation unless you would especially find joy in doing so.
($25) Original Poetry – Receive a postcard with “To John Donne, in My Sickness,” an original poem by Hannah Eagleson that reflects on God’s faithfulness during times of illness, inspired by John Donne’s famous Meditation XVII.
($75) – Scholar’s Compass Booklet – Our new booklet of faith and work devotionals for academics, edited by Hannah Eagleson and designed by Ned Bustard.
($150) – Scholar’s Compass Booklet Signed by the Editor – Our new booklet of faith and work devotionals for academics, edited by Hannah Eagleson and designed by Ned Bustard. Signed by editor Hannah Eagleson.
($300) – Scholar’s Compass Booklet Signed by Editor & 5 Original Poetry Postcards – Our new booklet of faith and work devotionals for academics and 5 postcards with original poetry (described above). Booklet signed by editor Hannah Eagleson.
($600) – Small Group Reading Pack – 5 Scholar’s Compass booklets, suitable for launching a small reading group or sharing with several friends.
($1000 and up) – Scholar’s Compass online workshop at your college, community group, or church – Host a Scholar’s Compass conversation with Dr. Hannah Eagleson, who has spent over a decade engaging with questions of faith and work as a scholar, writer, and leader in national university ministry.
At this level, Dr. Eagleson will join and facilitate an online session with your community exploring a Scholar’s Compass entry.