Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Andrew Root’s Exploding Stars, Dead Dinosaurs, and Zombies:  Youth Ministry in the Age of Science (Fortress) helps equip youth workers to engage science and faith.  Science for Youth Ministry offers a free video curriculum and a May conference.

For use in African American History Month or any time, African American History & Devotions (Abingdon) by Teresa L. Fry Brown presents 28 days of readings  and activities for individuals, families, and intergenerational groups.

Our Bible app, a library of progressive Christian devotionals launching January 18, allows users to choose a Bible translation and engage in conversation in a chat section.  Religion News Service reports.

A Kindness Curriculum for Preschoolers from the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is free to download.  Founder Richard Davidson is featured on On Being.

Playwright Christina Ham will present two workshops, Creativity and the Craft of Writing Sermons and Telling the Story in Community:  Writing for Reader’s Theater, at United Theological Seminary in February.

Engage:  Climate Change and the Church is a collection of resources to support conversation from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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