Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Edited by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, Soul Feast (WJKP) is an adult coloring book inspired by Marjorie J. Thompson’s classic.  Sasso also authors the forthcoming Coloring the Silence (WJKP, February), and, with Amy-Jill Levine, Who Counts? (WJKP, May), a creative retelling of the parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the prodigal son.

White Privilege–Let’s Talk is a free resource for transformational dialogue from the UCC.  Each of the five authors includes a list of useful resources.

Broken Hallelujahs:  Learning to Grieve the Big and Small Losses of Life is a workshop with author Beth Allen Slevcove at Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church October 8.

Vibrant Faith offers a Visual Faith Printed Card Set to connect children to Scripture for spiritual transformation.  See their shop for more Visual Faith resources, intergenerational resources, and learning opportunities.

Using Daniel Erlander’s Manna and Mercy, South African pastor Alan Storey will lead a retreat at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Northfield September 30-October 1.  Manna and Mercy resources include video clips with Storey with an adult study guide, a children’s curriculum by Hanna Schock of Picture Book Theology, a confirmation curriculum, and a youth guide.

Wendy Johnson explores the role of faith communities in Creating an Engaged Local Electorate in an ECF Vital Practices post.

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