Sarah Beisly discusses how her participation in Carey’s postgraduate paper, Human Flourishing, has enabled her to explore the cross-section of theology and psychological trauma.
In the Shadow of Jubliee
Michael Rhodes, Lecturer in Old Testament, explores the economic rhythms of life for the people of God as laid out in Leviticus. In particular, he discusses the cyclical role of Jubilee in reminding the people to depend on the gracious gifts of God to his people.
Read about some examples of current and research being conducted by Carey Baptist College Staff and their recent publications.
Depression and Young People in our Local Churches
Master of Applied Theology student Cianne Tait is planning out a research project that will explore the experience of depression and anxiety among young people. The goal of the research is to listen to the mental health stories of Christians between the ages of 18 and 30 who live with depression or anxiety and to reflect on these experiences.
Looking Back to go Forward with Hope
Like never before we need to dig deep, figure out who we are as a body of believers, and call on the past to lead us into the future. Rachel Roche led Franklin Baptist Church through an appreciate process – what could other churches learn from this process?