Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Lilly Lewin and Kara Root offer 40 Days Toward Love:  Expanding Our Hearts Through Prayer, a creative prayer tool for communities, small groups and individuals.  A Personal & Family Edition is available.  Traci Smith recommends this resource along with the Good Book Club, #40acts, and more in her weekly post.

The Social Justice Lenten Lectionary is a comprehensive worship planning resource for February 18-April 1 from the National Civil Rights Museum.

Walter Brueggemann urges us to speak out against injustice in Interrupting Silence (WJKP), a Bible study for adults.  He will introduce A Gospel of Hope (WJKP) in March.  Brueggemann is a presenter at Prophetic Imagination 2018 in September.

Faithful Metrics by Peggy Hahn is a guide for measuring mission from LEAD.  LEAD also offers Values Cards, other guides, and free seasonal resources for worship and reflection.

Be Still and Go is a daily digital devotional for Lent from The Riverside Church.  It’s one of several Digital Discipleship resources.  And Kyle Oliver shares a Lenten Playlist in a Building Faith post.

In addition to resources for Lent, an Alleluia Easter Lily Coloring Page & Poster is available from Illustrated Children’s Ministry.  A curriculum, An Illustrated Life:  Responding to God’s Call, will come out this spring.

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.