Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Faith Forward 3:  Launching a Revolution Through Ministry with Children, Youth and Families (ed. David M. Csinos, Woodlake) includes wisdom from Alaa Basatneh, Brian D. McLaren, Soong-Chan Rah, Waltrina N. Middleton, Daniel White Hodge, Lisa and Mark Scandrette, Marcia J. Bunge, Leslie Neugent, Ivy Beckwith, Eboo Patel, Almeda M. Wright, and Amy K. Butler.

In Making Meaning with Malignancy (Covenant), Keith A. Roberts reflects on how he tried to make sense of his experience of cancer and what has helped him cope.

The Advocate‘s continuing series on Faith Formation in a Visual Culture features posts on Visio Divina from Carol Wehrheim, the Visual Faith Project from Vibrant Faith, and The Bible Project.

Alzheimer’s/Dementia:  Ministry with the Forgotten is a free five-part study including videos and leader guide with Kenneth Carder from the Tennessee Conference of the UMC.

Videos from Yale Youth Ministry Institute’s Summer Symposium, Why Youth Ministry?  A Beacon of Joy in the Midst of Suffering, are available.  Topics include anxiety, poverty, and substance abuse.

Rachel Held Evans retells and opens favorite Bible stories in Inspired (Thomas Nelson).  The Work of the People offers many short films with Evans, including a seven-video curriculum, Exploring the Sacraments.

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.  Please note our summer hours:  Tuesday noon-4:00 and by appointment.