Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.
In My Grandmother’s Hands (Central Recovery Press), Minneapolis therapist Resmaa Menakem offers a practical guidebook toward healing the racialized trauma that lives in our bodies. Psychology Today posts an interview.
Brightly gathers books about activism for kids and books that empower kids to stand up and speak out. All the Wonders has updated their list of picture books for young activists. Children’s Book Review presents 12 Kids Books that are Inspiring the Next Generation of Activists. Amanda Meisenheimer posts a short video on Family Protest.
Trinity UCC in Chicago offers a Black Panther Study Guide for faith leaders and social justice advocates. Technicolor Jesus shares a conversation on the film, and Abingdon hosts a podcast on Black Panther and spiritual formation.
Youth Lead is a Peer Ministry Leadership conference April 14. By Candlelight: Personal Spiritual Practices joins other printable prayer resources, the Candle Time Prayer Kit and Heart Ignite. Lyle Griner also offers Plan-It, a youth ministry planning resource.
Erik W. Carter outlines ten simple ways to create a sense of belonging for children and adults with disabilities in Deseret News. See our updated post on resources for including young people with learning differences.
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