Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Brightly features Come With Me (Putnam) by Holly M. McGhee and other Children’s Books that Show Kids the Goodness in the World.  Brightly also recommends books and resources for talking with children about race and books that help kids make sense of challenging current events.

William H. Willimon’s Fear of the Other is a five-week DVD study with Leader Guide and companion book (Abingdon, 2016).

Theological Reflection with Teenagers in the Wake of Charlottesville by Dietrich Kirk and Andrew Zirschky outlines a practical method in five steps.

Stanley Hauerwas and Ed Bacon explore Faithful Dissent in a free online class for individuals and congregations available September 11-25 from ChurchNext.

Recent posts from Storying Faith, a site that explores digital storytelling as faith formation, focus on practical resources for storytelling as ministry, photography as spiritual practice, and more.  Mary E. Hess will present a workshop on Digital Storytelling as Faith Formation at The ConNext Summit in October.

Inspired by a workshop led by Mark Yaconelli, Traci Smith shares ideas on The Power of Storytelling in small group and intergenerational church settings.

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