Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Carol Howard Merritt discusses Healing Spiritual Wounds:  Reconnecting with a Loving God After Experiencing a Hurtful Church (HarperOne) with Religion News Service and Unfundamentalist Parenting.

LEAD offers free contemplative Lenten liturgies with accompanying coloring pages for individual and intergenerational group use.  See our growing list of new and notable resources for Lent and Easter.

Hamline University’s Mahle Symposium on Religious Responses to Trauma and Illness March 6-7 will feature Shelly Rambo, Monica A. Coleman, and others.

Faith & Leadership features a congregation’s innovative, participatory worship.  Liturgist Ashley Goff blogs at God of the Sparrow.

Science for Youth Ministry is a series of posts from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary.  Part of the Science for Youth Ministry Project, the 2017 Luther Seminary June Intensive focuses on Medicine and Disability, with faculty Andy Root, John Swinton, and Benjamin T. Connor.

Disunity in Christ author Christena Cleveland shares a series of practices to fortify and form justice leaders and a practical theology for privileged people.

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