Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

A sample of 25 Picture Books About Justice, an ebook from Picture Book Theology, offers a general lesson plan and reviews three books, including Young Martin’s Promise (Steck-Vaughn) by Walter Dean Myers.  Recent RCC user recommendations include Andrea Davis Pinkney’s Sit-In:  How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down (Little, Brown) and We March (Macmillan) by Shane W. Evans.  National Book Award winner March (Top Shelf), the graphic novel memoir from John Lewis, is accompanied by reading guides.  And Practicing Families posts family liturgies for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

The Center for Progressive Renewal has partnered with Faith Works to offer free small group, worship, and children’s faith formation resources for January on the theme of prophecy.

The Best VBS Workbook Ever! (Church) by Lisa Brown provides tools to design a creative program.  Contact Cokesbury Community Resource Consultant and Trainer Jan Russell at jrussell@cokesbury.com to explore 2017 VBS programs.

To Whom Does My Body Belong? is part of a blog series on Recovering the Imago Dei for Girls from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary.

What Would Luther Do Today? with Elizabeth Eaton is a free online course from ChurchNext January 16-30.

The Young Clergy Women Project shares favorite organizational tools in App-y New Year.

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