Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

An American Conscience:  The Reinhold Niebuhr Story is a documentary written, directed and narrated by Martin Doblmeier.  Conversations from Union Theological Seminary and Harvard Divinity School are available on YouTube.  A study guide and a companion book (Eerdmans) are forthcoming.  The film will air on public television in April.

Nominated for an Academy Award, 4.1 Miles is a 21-minute documentary on the refugee crisis.  The New York Times provides teaching ideas.  Contact the RCC for resources on immigration.

Girls & Sex (Harper) author Peggy Orenstein will headline Equipping Teens for Life, a Health & Wellness Conference for Young People and Parents at Edina Morningside UCC April 8.

Economic Inequality:  A Christian Perspective is a five-part curriculum produced by the Desert Southwest Conference UMC.  Videos and companion resources are free to watch and download.  Contact the RCC to access the DVD.

The Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity School finds that those who flourish in ministry are intentional about their well-being.  Faith & Leadership shares 11 strategies.

Based on The Spark Story Bible, The Story of Easter is a DVD from Sparkhouse Family.  Check our growing list of new and notable resources for Lent and Easter.

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