Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

See the schedule, check the workshops, and register:  The ConNext Summit, featuring Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Sara Thomsen, is October 13-15.  Through worship, shared spiritual practices, workshops, and rich conversation, ConNext participants will explore how recovering the Holy Spirit can enliven and transform the church’s ministry with children, youth, and families.

Wellbeing Wednesday at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities September 25 offers caregivers and change-makers renewal through free self-care activities.  September 27, United will screen Ending the Silence, hosting a conversation on confronting sexual shame in the Church.

Dessert First:  Preparing for Death While Savoring Life (Chalice) by J. Dana Trent is accompanied by a Readers Guide and other resources.  Ask a Grief Guru is a companion video series.  Faith & Leadership posts an interview.

Dear Parent (Faith Alive) is a guide to family faith formation by Laura and Robert J. Keeley.

Newly revised, The Year of the Bible Program and Participant’s Guides (WJKP) by James E. Davison provide a comprehensive Bible reading program for individuals and groups.

In Faithful Friendships (Eerdmans), Dana L. Robert explores the embrace of diversity in Christian community.  Friendship as a Means of Discipleship from the Lewis Center for Church Leadership is an excerpt from a free ebook by Greg Moore.

See the Six New Things archive.  It’s searchable.  Contact us with any resource questions: ministrylab@unitedseminary.edu.