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.
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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