Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Jean Vanier and Rachel Held Evans are featured in films from The Work of the People.  On Being shares an interview with Vanier.  We Need Each Other (Paraclete, 2018) is Vanier’s most recent book.

In Mindful Parent, Mindful Child (Sounds True), Susan Kaiser Greenland introduces 30 short practices.  Greenland’s Mindful Games (Shambhala, 2016) are for children, teens, and families.  Sounds True also publishes books for children.  The Center for Healthy Minds offers a Well-Being Toolkit for children, educators, and parents.

The First Steps series (Augsburg) includes short books focusing on anxiety, bereavement, dementia, depression, and separation and divorce.  Augsburg’s Essential Guide series has volumes on OCD, burnout, and children and family break-up.

Kate Bowler launches a season of her podcast, Everything Happens, with Jayson Greene, author of Once More We Saw Stars (Knopf).  Podcast episodes include discussion questions.

Breaking the Code (Abingdon), Bruce M. Metzger’s six-session DVD study of the Book of Revelation, has been updated.  Here’s session one.

Ian Morgan Cron discusses the Enneagram in three videos from Fuller Studio.  With Suzanne Stabile, Cron is author of The Road Back to You and its Study Guide (IVP).

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