Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Illustrated Children’s Ministry launches An Illustrated Holy Week, Coloring Pages & Posters for Easter, and a Pentecost Spirit Coloring Page & Poster.  ICM shares the Illustrated Children’s Moment from Sunday.

Shelly Christensen’s From Longing to Belonging (Inclusion Innovations) is a practical guide for including people with disabilities and mental health conditions in faith communities (via Mental Health Ministries).  Barbara J. Newman of CLC Network offers guidance on faith formation with people with disabilities during the Lenten season.

In Call It Grace (Viking), Serene Jones excavates the wisdom of great theological voices to make complex spiritual teachings understandable and immediately applicable for modern people.  Her Trauma and Grace (WJKP) is in its second edition.

The Interfaith Family Journal (Skinner House) by Susan Katz Miller is a five-week program that helps couples and family members practicing different religions (or none) decide how they want to honor their histories, cultures, and beliefs.

Healing the Wounds of Sexual Abuse:  Reading the Bible with Survivors (Brazos) by Elaine A. Heath is reprinted with a contextualized introduction.  Heath is author of The Mystic Way of Evangelism (Baker).

Cameron Trimble outlines a church revitalization project in Piloting Church (Chalice).  The Center for Progressive Renewal offers videos and a daily devotional.

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