VBS Fair – Top Pick – Bible Blast to the Past
VBS Fair – Top Pick – Bible Blast to the Past

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

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

Interviews with intergenerational faith formation leaders available
Interviews with intergenerational faith formation leaders available

Back in October, our Matthew Kozlowski represented the CMT at LifelongFaith Associates’s symposium on intergenerational faith formation. One of the goals of the conference was to capture as much wisdom as possible

Our Picks: 2015 Lenten Resources
Our Picks: 2015 Lenten Resources

It’s that time of year again … time for a round-up of CMT favorites for Lenten resources. This year’s slate includes picks from Building Faith and Episcopal Teacher, some excellent resources

Reclaiming the words of MLK at Christ Church Cathedral
Reclaiming the words of MLK at Christ Church Cathedral

To say the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is an iconic American figure borders on understatement. He is perhaps the most famous American political reformer of the twentieth century, if not

Spiritual arts camp nurtures children’s faith
Spiritual arts camp nurtures children’s faith

Every summer, children, from ages 8 to 12, in Manhasset, Long Island, open their hearts and minds to God’s love and beauty through fun and by engaging artistic exploration. Christ Episcopal Church, in partnership with

Emphasizing God the Creator in Christian formation spaces
Emphasizing God the Creator in Christian formation spaces

Look at any Sunday School room, and you will likely see symbols of the Christian faith, such as crosses, stories of Jesus’ teachings in various formats, maybe even pictures of eucharistic bread and

Using comics and superheroes to find God in the absurd
Using comics and superheroes to find God in the absurd

I recently came across a comic book entitled, “Legions of Ludicrous Heroes.” It features such characters as Antisocial Man and Captain Optimist, with superpowers like being able to put their victims feet

Resources for talking about Ferguson
Resources for talking about Ferguson

Since well before last Wednesday’s grand jury verdict not to indict police officer Darren Wilson, colleagues have been sharing resources for discussing, praying about, and otherwise grappling with Ferguson—the shooting of Michael

Two churches thrive with combined faith formation program
Two churches thrive with combined faith formation program

On the north shore of Long Island in Manhasset, NY, two neighboring churches are working together in a new, path-breaking ecumenical way. For 200 years, Christ Episcopal Church and Community