Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

A Spirituality of Fundraising Workbook Edition (Upper Room) by Henri J.M. Nouwen and Nathan Ball is a four-week guide that includes the original text, commentary, questions, prompts, and suggestions for group reflection.

Creator of Teen Text and Reading Between the Lines lectionary studies, The Educational Center now offers middle and high school series on Genesis and Advent, and adult series on Advent and the European Reformation.  An adult series for Lent is forthcoming.

Resources for paperless music for all ages–including Music That Makes Community, Songs from Taize, Music by Heart (Church, 2008), Songs We Sing from St. Lydia’s, and Singing in Community (Augsburg Fortress, 2017)–are suggested in a Building Faith post.

Journey to the Table (Upper Room) is a spiritual formation curriculum for young adults ages 18-35.  A free sampler is available.

Kate Bowler offers a monthly book club with discussion questions, places to interact on social media, articles, and podcast episodes.  This month’s selection is Jean Vanier’s Becoming Human (Paulist, 2014), and the podcast guest is John Swinton.

Spiritual Parent is an online community informed by progressive Christian and interfaith perspectives.

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