“Journey to the Cross”, the devotional series for Lent, returns to the popular devotion site d365.org. Running Ash Wednesday, February 14, through Sunday, April 8. This series features scripture, prayer, and meditative thoughts accompanied by gentle music. The ecumenical team of writers includes Chris George, Peter Hanson, Susan Sytsma Bratt, Kyle Oliver, Ellen Di Giosia, Wade Griffith, Chip Hardwick, and David Burroughs. Journey to the Cross features a collection of instrumental arrangements from Ken Medema. The musical reflections provide a familiar and gentle backdrop that accompanies the daily devotional. Visit d365.org or download the free Android and iOS apps.
Have you checked out our Quicksheets lately?
Advent season is upon us and we have a new Quicksheet! Quicksheet #62: Advent, “Making a List and Checking it Twice” You know it; we all know it: the church competes in this season with the cultural push to buy, do, and rush, but our faith tells us to wait, prepare, and reflect. This Quicksheet tackles Wait, Prepare and Reflect of the Advent Season.
Check out these other recent Quicksheets:
- Christian Formation from A to G
- Our Sunday School Wasn’t Working: Alternative Sunday School Ideas
- Christian Formation Conversation Starters
Now is the season for the Pentecost Offering! This is the offering that funds national youth ministry, supports the Triennium, d365.org and Quicksheets. Thank you for your generous support!
“Let My People Go” is an excellent bible study written by Rebecca Barnes, Coordinator of the Presbyterian Hunger Program. This bible study invites a group of young people to examine the theological issues and conversations surrounding ecological justice, fairness and discipleship. “Let My People Go” is the final bible study prepared for youth and adults who attended the 2016 Triennium to use a way to re-engage with the theme of “GO.” This bible study is also adaptable for youth who did not attend the Triennium.
Download, “Let My People Go Bible Study”
Looking for an easy, fun, way to gather young people together? How about a book club? Since millennials are known to be great leisure readers, and with so much great youth and young adult fiction available — and some excellent new “classics” — why not start a weekly or monthly book group? It’s a great summer program. It’s an ideal small group meeting platform. It is doable for a season such as Lent or Advent. Presbyterian Youth Book Club selections and study guides are user friendly and easy to download. Titles include: The Hunger Games trilogy, The Fault in Our Stars, An Abundance of Katherines, and more. These FREE study guides include Bible study, discussion questions, community building, and a youth-friendly flow. Interested in starting a Presbyterian Youth Book Club—click here!
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