Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

A new edition of Walter Brueggemann’s Sabbath as Resistance (WJKP) includes a study guide.  In For Sabbath’s Sake (Upper Room), J. Dana Trent suggests ways to observe and overcome barriers to keeping Sabbath.

The Examen, a twelve-minute film from The Work of the People, guides individuals and groups through this ancient practice.  TWOTP also offers Living Fully Expressed in Love, a five-session curriculum on a life of worship.  Creating Our Way Through is a five-session curriculum on art and salvation.

Processing racialized violence with students, a post from Fuller Youth Institute, facilitates intentional, ongoing conversations.  Christine V. Hides suggests four approaches to Ministry with Stressed Out Youth.

Frolic Online from Sparkhouse offers 19 Nursery Mini Lessons.  Dawn Rundman of Sparkhouse will present Designing Church for Children, an October 30 seminar from Youth Leadership.

Helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care, The Conversation Project provides resources for faith leaders.

The Kuhnekt Initiative at The Grove Presbyterian Church, profiled in Faith & Leadership, invites randomly-chosen pairs of church members to meet monthly, share meaningful conversation, and learn each other’s stories.

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