Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Exploring the rich symbolism of the Lord’s Supper, En la mesa de Dios/At God’s Table (Calvin College Press) is a Spanish-English children’s book by Maria Eugenia Cornou, Carrie Steenwyk and John D. Witvliet.

Clergy Stuff is introducing Narratology, a cross-generational, mentor- and story-based way to do confirmation with one or just a few students.  Clergy Stuff also offers Narrative Lectionary worship resources and, through its sister site, Arches ‘n Bells, drama resources.

Allegiance to Empire is a 7-session series around the practices of kingdom citizenship from The Work of the People.  Featuring Walter Brueggemann, Miguel De La Torre, Lisa Sharon Harper, Norman Wirzba, and others, the curriculum includes videos and a discussion guide.  TWOTP plans new films with many prominent Christian practitioners in the coming weeks.

Picture Book Theology summarizes God Made All of Me:  A Book to Help Children Protect their Bodies (New Growth) by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb.

Refugee Journey: Syria, a free download from Global Ministries, outlines a simulation experience for youth and adults.

A Child Laughs (Pilgrim), ed. Maria Mankin and Maren C. Tirabassi, is a collaborative anthology of prayers, liturgy, background and questions for action and reflection on themes crucial to justice and hope.

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.  Please note our summer hours:  Tuesday noon-4:00 and by appointment.