Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

What Do You Do with a Problem? (Compendium) is new from Kobi Yamada, author of What Do You Do with an Idea?

Vital Conversations on Racism with Dr. Robin DiAngelo is a video from the UMC General Commission on Religion and Race.  DiAngelo provides more resources for racial and justice education on her website.

Teaching about Race, Racism and Police Violence, a post from Mary E. Hess of Luther Seminary, features resources from Teaching Tolerance, book suggestions from writers of color, and a 30 Day Race Challenge.  She also recommends resources from Showing Up for Racial Justice; see their Action Kit for faith communities.  Hess blogs at Tensegrities.

Homebrewed Christianity presents From Facebook to the Pulpit: Election Year Theologizing, a free webinar with Kyle Roberts of United Theological Seminary.  Tripp Fuller, host of the Homebrewed Christianity Podcast, is author of Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Jesus.  A series of guides is forthcoming from Fortress.

Jerusalem Jackson Greer explores deepening faith in summer and story/prayer stones in recent posts. A Faith-Made Year is an intergenerational curriculum based on Greer’s book, A Homemade Year (Paraclete).

Fuller Youth Institute lists Five Ways to Process Tragedy with Teenagers.

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