Key Resources content round-up
Key Resources content round-up

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We want to thank all of the readers who have followed us since the launch of Key Resources late last year. We also want to welcome all of the new readers who have recently discovered the myriad of content on Key Resources: podcasts, reviews, ministry models, commentary, tech advice, and more.

Our content has come from various contributors inside and outside of the Center for the Ministry of Teaching. If you’re new, you’ve missed some good stuff. We will publish these content reviews every three to four months in case you forgot to visit, or have not caught up on your RSS reader. We hope you’ll take the time to peruse the ten articles we believe create a great overview of Key Resources so far.

  1. Shutting down the Sunday school
  2. Faith lessons from Comic Con
  3. TED’s Threads of Faith: An intersection of theology and inspiration 
  4. Curriculum review — Spark: Activate Faith [rotation model]
  5. Expanding faith formation reach with hybrid networks 
  6. Home from South Africa: Context and ethos 
  7. Chrome browser extensions for ministry 
  8. Easter People Podcast 
  9. Snapshots of 2013 at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching 
  10. Jerome Berryman on the Middle Realm

This is by no means a comprehensive list but merely a starting point. Delve deep into the categories, via the menus at the top, and feel free to let us know what content you have enjoyed. We are here to help you in faith formation for church, home, and beyond.

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On behalf of the CMT staff and contributors—thank you!

Chris Hamby (@chris_hamby) is the digital producer in the Center for the Ministry of Teaching and an M.Div. student at Virginia Theological Seminary.

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