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Six New Things

In the midst of COVID-19 isolations, Jay Y. Kim‘s Analog Church: Why We Need Real People, Places and Things in the Digital Age (IVP) gives us reasons to look forward to an end to physical distancing.

Natasha Duquette offers a daily moment of reflection with 30-Day Journey with Jane Austen (Broadleaf).

New Brunswick Theological Seminary offers a March 31, 7:00 PM (EST) live-stream discussion on Social Distancing and the Supper – Thoughts to Consider for Reformed Congregations. The zoom conversation is full, but you can still listen for important insights and ideas.

Hope4CE shares a really basic but helpful outline for creating community on zoom between elders, caring individuals, and kids and families.

d365 is an online daily devotion that includes leading questions that could be discussion starters for a youth group and forma/Faith@Home share regular/weekly RCL “lectionary-based readings and reflections” that could do the same.

And check out the newly revamped Ministry Lab website for Holy Week and Easter faith formation and worship resources curated from across the web.