Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Lisa Sharon Harper, author of The Very Good Gospel (WaterBrook), will speak at the Joint Religious Legislative Coalition’s Day on the Hill February 23.  Focusing on economic stability for families, JRLC presents their 2017 legislative agenda in a webinar and offers a Faithful Citizens Advocacy Guide.

Trusting in the Chaos, Nadia Bolz-Weber’s plenary at the Association of Presbyterian Christian Educators Annual Event on Wednesday, is free to live stream.  APCE’s Advocate features current posts from Karen-Marie Yust and Rodger Nishioka.

Michael Eric Dyson’s Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America (St. Martin’s) is structured like a church service.

The Power of Nonviolence, a public radio project from Humankind, features Frank Rogers, who approaches compassion as a daily practice in Practicing Compassion and Compassion in Practice (Upper Room, includes Leader Guide).

The Lilly Youth Theology Network shares resources and strategies to engage youth in thinking about Christian faith, from Faith & Leadership.

From Global Ministries, Now You Are Home: What Is Next? is an advocacy guide on how to remain engaged after an international pilgrimage.

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