DVD647 Fresh Air: The Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life, by Jack Levison, Paraclete Press, 2013. In this DVD presentation, Jack takes viewers through Fresh Air, providing 2–4 minutes of introduction and insight into each chapter.
DVD648 Money Matters: Financial Freedom for All God’s Churches, by Michael Slaughter and Kim Miller, Abingdon Press, 2006. This book plus DVD offers a complete and inexpensive stewardship kit to prepare your congregation for generosity.
DVD649 What Wondrous Love: Holy Week in Word and Art, Morehouse Education Resources, Abingdon Press, 2012. Holy Week and Easter come alive in these challenging video commentaries by academic luminaries, coupled with masterpiece illustrations by John August Swanson.
DVD650= Ginghamsburg CrossTrainer Program, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Ginghamsburg’s Core Discipleship Path (CDP) for children consists of seven original core classes offered at various times throughout each year that will help children lay the foundation for faith that will last a lifetime. See listings for each of the seven individual studies below.
DVD650 Connections: The Power of Prayer, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Connections: The Power of Prayer teaches children ages 8-11 about how to connect with God through prayer, learn about great prayers from the Bible, and explore several prayer models that will strengthen their faith.
DVD651 God Provides, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. God Provides explores with children ages 8-11 financial goal-setting, and the importance of making spending a spiritual decision.
DVD652 Bible Boot Camp, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Bible Boot Camp teaches Bible basics of the Old and New Testaments, special features such as maps and the concordance/ glossary, Scripture memorization, and the importance of daily devotional Bible study to empower everyday living.
DVD653 Uniquely You: Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Uniquely You: Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts provides knowledge for children ages 8-11 about spiritual gifts and how to use them to fulfill God’s purpose.
DVD654 Kids on Mission, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Kids on Mission teaches children ages 8-11 about the value of serving others through Christ-centered activities including prayer, time, work, gifts, and money.
DVD655 iWitness: The Case for Sharing Faith, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. iWitness: The Case for Sharing Faith gives children ages 8-11 the opportunity to hear the testimonies of others, learn skills for witnessing in everyday situations, craft their very own testimony relevant to their specific experiences, and get ideas on how to maintain a relationship regardless of the person’s response.
DVD656 Young Believers, by Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, Abingdon Press, 2011. Young Believers introduces children ages 8-11 to the Bible, Jesus, six principles for living as a follower of Jesus, baptism, prayer, and the Holy Spirit.
DVD658 Sticky Faith Teen Curriculum: 10 Lessons to Nurture Faith Beyond High School, by Kara E. Powell and Bard M. Griffin, Zondervan, 2011. The study is designed to help high school students develop a solid foundation that endures through the faith struggles they will face in college.
DVD659 Pursuing God’s Love: Stories from the Book of Genesis, by Margaret Feinberg, Zondervan, 2011. In this six-session video curriculum, Margaret Feinberg provides an overview of the Book of Genesis celebrating its literary wonder and highlighting six stories of redemption reminding us that nothing is beyond God’s love and transforming power.
DVD660 Jesus, Bombs, & Ice Cream: Building a More Peaceful World, by Shane Claiborne and Ben Cohen, Zondervan, 2013. This study is packed full of stories of reconciliation and grace, quotes, reflections, and questions for groups and individuals to discuss and discern how they can help make a more peaceful world a reality.
BK1051 Spirit Windows: A Handbook of Spiritual Growth Resources for Leaders, by Ann Z. Kulp, Beth Basham (Editor) and Peggy C. Cal, Bridge Resources, 1998. This book is filled with sample prayers, retreat ideas, meditations, musical suggestions, inspirational quotations, and a wide array of supplemental resources to discover fresh ways of opening ourselves to God’s presence.
BK1052= Companions in Christ: The Way of Pilgrimage, Upper Room, 2007. This addition to the Companions in Christ series will empower senior-high youth and college freshmen to find parallels between the physical and spiritual journeys of their lives. The series includes a leader’s guide and five 6-session bible studies.
BK1058= Companions in Christ, Upper Room, 2006. The Companions in Christ series offers small groups a powerfully transforming experience in spiritual formation. The six studies below are supplements to this original set of five studies and include a leader’s guide and participant book.
BK1060 Exploring the Way: An Introduction to the Spiritual Journey, by Stephen D. Bryant and Marjorie Thompson, Upper Room Books, 2005. This resource seeks to be both a sample of the Companions in Christ 28-week resource and also a basic informational and experiential introduction to Christian formation spirituality.
BK1062 The Way of Prayer, by Marjorie J. Thompson, Upper Room Books, 2006. The Way of Prayer expands on our knowledge of prayer through a ten-week exploration of different forms of prayer practices.
BK1064 The Way of Blessedness, by Stephen D. Bryant and Marjorie J. Thompson, Upper Room Books, 2005. The Way of Blessedness helps small groups unearth the kingdom of God that Christ speaks of in the beatitudes.
BK1066 The Way of Grace, by Marjorie J. Thompson and Melissa Tidwell, Upper Room Books, 2005. The Way of Grace will delight small-group participants who find within its pages a fresh approach to the Gospel of John.
BK1068 The Way of Transforming Discipleship, by Stephen D. Bryant, Upper Room Books, 2005. This six-week Companions in Christ study challenges Christians from the viewpoint of a white South African pastor who has lived through the political changes in that country and experienced with rare vulnerability the spiritual struggles inherent in the processes of truth-telling, reconciliation, deep pain, and poverty.
BK1029 The Way of Forgiveness, by Marjorie J. Thompson and Stephen D. Bryant, Upper Room Books, 2005. This study is an 8-week exploration of the forgiven and forgiving life.
BK1070 We Get to Carry Each Other: The Gospel According to U2, by Greg Garrett, Westminster John Knox Press, 2009. Throughout we get a picture of the spirituality that flows out of U2’s music and how their influence has spread beyond music into issues such as AIDS activism, debt relief for developing nations, and the crisis in Darfur.
CU13 Born2Fly, by Diana Scimone, Karen Armistead, and Georgia Ana Larson, Born to Fly International, Inc., 2010. This curriculum is designed to teach children self-respect and how to avoid becoming victims of human trafficking.
PM27 Christian Reflection Vol. 46: Lent, by The Center for Christian Ethics, Baylor University, 2013. These study guides and lesson plans integrate Bible study, prayer, and worship to explore our calling to walk beside one another in friendship and learn from one another with our weakness and impairments.