Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Fuller Studio discusses hospitality with Christine Pohl, author of Living into Community: Cultivating Practices that Sustain Us (Eerdmans).

Changed for Life is a free video-based curriculum for short-term mission teams from the Reformed Church in America.  Coauthor David Livermore writes on cultural intelligence and youth ministry.

The Journey, a documentary on the Syrian refugee crisis in six ten-minute parts, is available free on The New Yorker website.  Spirituality & Practice offers a synopsis.

Thin Places is an ecumenical sampler of events and resources for the contemplative spiritual journey from Westminster Presbyterian Church.  Daniel Vigilante, pastor of Grace-Trinity Community Church, reflects on his experience of a prayer station in the current issue.

Religion News Service spotlights churches joining with social change organizations to teach children and youth about the civil rights movement, community organizing, and political advocacy this summer.

Engage from The Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary guides conversation on ISIS, mass incarceration, campus sexual assault, and other contemporary issues.

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