Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Option B (Knopf) by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant helps people build resilience and find meaning in the face of adversity.  A companion website offers stories, groups and resources.  On Being presents a conversation with the authors.  Sandberg discusses children in a New York Times op-ed, How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss.

Worship curator Lilly Lewin is posting on multi-sensory prayer, experiential worship and art every Friday at Godspace.  With Dan Kimball, Lewin is the author of Sacred Space:  A Hands-On Guide to Creating Multisensory Worship Experiences for Youth Ministry (Youth Specialties).

Ellen F. Davis will speak on Land as Kin:  Reimagining Our Humanity through the Bible this evening at Luther Seminary.  Followed by a conversation with Krista Tippett, the lecture will be livestreamed and archived.  Davis is the author, most recently, of Preaching the Luminous Word (Eerdmans).

For the next few weeks, the APCE Advocate is sharing the work of educators who “have taken a great idea for a resource they couldn’t find, and made it happen themselves.”  Krista Lovell posts about Generation to Generation, where she designs wooden figures and stories to compliment the God Loves Me Storybooks and more.

Man’s Search for Meaning (Beacon) by Victor E. Frankl has been adapted for young readers.

Joan Chittister’s Radical Spirit:  12 Ways to Live a Free and Authentic Life (Convergent) explores humility and wisdom in the Benedictine tradition.  Contact the RCC to access her DVD set, The Ten Commandments:  Laws of the Heart.

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.orgPlease note that our summer hours will begin May 24:  we will be open Tuesday noon-4 and by appointment.