Six New Things

Check six new ministry resources in this weekly post.

Faith & Leadership features the practice of Sabbath keeping at Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church.  MaryAnn McKibben Dana, author of Sabbath in the Suburbs, explores the practice in this short PBS video.  Her forthcoming book, Improvising with God, will explore improv as spiritual practice and metaphor.

Videos from 2015’s Why Christian? Conference are available.  Rachel Held Evans recaps the event.  Registration for the 2016 Conference is open.

The Sticky Faith Service Guide has a companion student journal.  Several recent posts on Fuller Youth Institute’s blog focus on service projects and trips.

Hope4CE highlights The Village, an alternative to traditional Sunday School.

In A Good Time for the Truth:  Race in Minnesota, sixteen writers provide a range of perspectives on what it is like to live here as a person of color.

Our post on resources for Holy Week and Easter includes The Rest of the Story, Amy Butler’s Easter sermon from A Sermon for Every Sunday, and 9 Ways to Welcome Visitors on Easter, a popular post from Building Faith.  Happy Easter!

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.