Six New Things

Check six new ministry resources in this weekly post.

Pray and Color (Paraclete, coming in May) is a coloring book and guide to prayer by Sybil MacBeth.  MacBeth’s website offers downloadable templates and more.

In Half Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say (Abingdon), Adam Hamilton examines common Christian cliches.  The DVD is accompanied by a leader guide, book, and youth materials.

Fidelia’s Sisters, the magazine of the Young Clergy Women Project, invites Karen Ware Jackson to respond to a question about children’s behavior in worship.  Jackson’s website offers webinars, downloads, videos, sermons, and other resources supporting creative intergenerational worship.

ON Scripture – The Bible is a free weekly multimedia resource that provides insight into social issues through video, Bible commentary, study/discussion questions, and links for deeper learning.  This week, Jes Kast-Keat explores climate change. ON Scripture also features the #30SecondBible series.

Ahlan Wa Sahlan! Welcome! is a free ten-session curriculum from UCC Global Ministries that helps children connect Bible stories to children of Israel/Palestine today.

April is National Poetry Month.  Journey with Jesus features a poem every week.  Spirituality and Practice has presented a sacred poem every day of April for several years.  And Roger Housden’s collections offer a wide range of poetry for ministry.

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