Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Elaine A. Heath offers wisdom from Galatians for the anxious church in God Unbound (Upper Room), suitable for small group study.  She discusses small missional communities anchored to local congregations in Faith & Leadership.  The Work of the People has produced several short videos with Heath.

Supporting conversation on race, World Trust is offering film clips from their forthcoming film, “Healing Justice: Cultivating a World of Belonging” this summer.  Last summer’s series includes 14 clips, each with discussion questions.  “Five Steps for Using ‘Trip to the Grocery Store’ to Talk about Race” features a viral video clip from Cracking the Codes.

Godly Play Founder Jerome W. Berryman is posting reviews of current titles in children’s spirituality, including Courtney T. Goto’s The Grace of Playing.  See the Godly Play Foundation’s YouTube channel for story videos.

Providing resources for intergenerational ministry, GenOn Ministries has revised its Faith for Life Bible Study Curriculum.

“Why Are We Still Doing This? Moving From Fragmented Formation to Engaged Discipleship” is a two-part blog post from Columbia Connections.

Fuller Youth Institute presents tips for talking with boys inspired by Rosalind Wiseman.  Resources from Wiseman include the Owning Up Curriculum and a free ebook for guys, The Guide.

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