What is connected learning?
What is connected learning?

Connected learning is, in short, an opportunity for churches to more deeply engage with their communities and invest in local young people. It is also a movement that acknowledges a

Discerning a call to mission
Discerning a call to mission

Editor’s note: The Rev. Shannon Preston is discerning a call to international mission and kept a journal during a recent Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) discernment weekend.  Day 1 Today we began

Looking for technology training? Check out e-Formation — year-round!
Looking for technology training? Check out e-Formation — year-round!

Regular readers of this blog know that Key Resources has been one of the places where CMT staff and contributors have kept you up-to-date on our work training lay and ordained

Google talk: What I learned on my tour at Context 2015
Google talk: What I learned on my tour at Context 2015

Regular readers of this blog have, presumably, developed a certain tolerance for my occasional high-octane nerd enthusing. Rest assured: that’s not where I’m trying to go with this one. It’s true that when

Pilgrimage as an expression of the Christian life
Pilgrimage as an expression of the Christian life

As a young 30-year old clergyperson, I received a wonderful and perhaps rather rare calling—to go on pilgrimage. It was to be an around-the-world pilgrimage, visiting ecumenical Christian communities, parishes and

Dementia 101 for faith communities
Dementia 101 for faith communities

Recently I was part of a panel discussion with Anne Karoly, Lifetime Theological Education Office director at Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS), about dementia. The panel was for lay and clergy

VBS Fair – Friday Fun – VBS Online
VBS Fair – Friday Fun – VBS Online

Editor’s note: This post is part of our VBS Review Fair here on Key Resources, where we’ve been featuring reviews of our top picks from this year’s curricula. You can download the full review

Kicking off the VBS Review Fair 2015
Kicking off the VBS Review Fair 2015

Editor’s note: This post is part of our VBS Review Fair here on Key Resources, where we’ll be featuring reviews of our top picks from this year’s curricula. You can download the full review packet

Reading Deuteronomy: An interview with Stephen Cook
Reading Deuteronomy: An interview with Stephen Cook

Key Resources‘s Kyle Oliver recently interviewed Stephen Cook, VTS professor of Old Testament and author of Reading Deuteronomy. Kyle Oliver: What have you learned about teaching the Bible in parishes? Stephen Cook:

The body and faith: An interview with author Ragan Sutterfield
The body and faith: An interview with author Ragan Sutterfield

Key Resources’ Chris Hamby recently interviewed Ragan Sutterfiled, VTS middler and author of This is My Body: From Obesity to Ironman, My Journey into the True Meaning of Flesh, Spirit, and Deeper Faith.