• Middle School Curriculum:  Life Lessons I Learned from My Dog Series
    Middle School Curriculum: Life Lessons I Learned from My Dog Series

    Do you need a last minute lesson for your students at youth group or small group time?  This 2-week video and curriculum guide will lead your students through a fun, interactive and engaging small group time.  All you need is any number of students, a screen to show the video and about 30 minutes.  Dogs are teachers, friends, companions and teach us about some of the most valuable lessons in life. In this 2-week series we uncover a few of the life lessons I have learned from my dog.
     

  • Middle School Ministry
    Middle School Ministry

    Resources from Taylor Ogden Thomas' workshop "Middle School Ministry" during Leadership Institute 2018 at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.

  • Middle School/High School Curriculum:  Selfie Series
    Middle School/High School Curriculum: Selfie Series

    Do you need a last minute lesson for your students at youth group or small group time?  This 2-week video and curriculum guide will lead your students through a fun, interactive and engaging small group time.  All you need is any number of students, a screen to show the video and about 30 minutes.

    A selfie is a picture that you take of yourself (with your camera held at arm’s length) with a camera or smartphone and every student is likely very familiar with them, whether they take them or their friends do, they are extremely prevalent in youth culture today, and only growing in popularity. By some estimates there were close to a trillion pictures taken in the year 2013 and up to 1/3 of those may have been selfies. With this idea in mind, why is it selfies are so popular? What do selfies say about us, those we surround ourselves with, and our relationship with God?

  • Ministry with the Aging Community
    Ministry with the Aging Community

    Resources from Claire Clough's workshop "Ministry with the Aging Community" during Leadership Institute 2018 at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.

     

  • Misfit Mission
    Misfit Mission
    Scott Chrostek shares key ideas from his book, The Misfit Mission: How to Change the World with Surprises, Interruptions, and All the Wrong People.
  • Mission Partnership Tools
    Mission Partnership Tools

    Partnering in ministry with another church or organization, especially cross-culturally, is challenging. These tools are used by Church of the Resurrection to manage mission partnerships in ways that are mutually edifying, making both partners equal, and allowing both parties to bring their talents and resources to the table.

  • Mission Team Online Communication Platform & Trip Preparation
    Mission Team Online Communication Platform & Trip Preparation

    Resources from Elisa Velez Makar and Lindsey Seevers' workshop "Mission Team Online Communication Platform & Trip Preparation" during Leadership Institute 2018 at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.

  • More than Coffee: A Workshop Conversation on Millennials and Church
    More than Coffee: A Workshop Conversation on Millennials and Church

    Resources from Chris Abel and Shannon Greene's workshop "More than Coffee: A Workshop Conversation on Millennials and Church" during Leadership Institute 2018 at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.

  • Nazareth
    Nazareth

    [This resource contains footage gathered during Church of the Resurrection tours of the Holy Land and used as sermon support and illustrations. These are made available for others to use for sermons, studies or other illustrative purposes. Please note that the soundtrack has not been removed from these clips, so you’ll want to mute the background noise and other sounds that are present.]

    Nazareth was a small village in the time of Jesus, living in the shadow of the city of Sepphoris. However, being the place where Jesus grew up has made Nazareth a thriving town while Sepphoris is an archeological ruin.

    The Church of the Annunciation, also known as the Basilica of the Annunciation, stands over the cave which tradition holds to be the home of the Virgin Mary and where the archangel Gabriel told the young Mary that she would become the mother of the Son of God. When construction was completed in 1969, this became the largest Christian church in the Middle East.

    Sepphoris was the affluent community known in the first century as "the Jewell of the Galilee." According to tradition, it is where Jesus' maternal grandparents, Anne and Joachim, lived and where his mother, Mary, was born. Joseph and Mary may also have worked in Sepphoris as Jesus was growing up.

     

  • Neighboring Worksheet
    Neighboring Worksheet

    Worksheet used for the sermon series, "Next Door: The Art of Neighboring." It is designed to help people get to know their 8 closest neighbors.

  • New Ministry Discernment Tool
    New Ministry Discernment Tool

    Evaluating and choosing between new ideas for ministry is an important responsibility and a challenge faced by every church. This resource is used by the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in vetting all new ministry ideas and proposals. It has been cited as a key element in the church's clarity of purpose and vision alignment.

  • Not A Silent Night
    Not A Silent Night

    No, it was not a silent night. From his birth to his death, Jesus Christ experienced real pain and conflict in his life. One woman stood at the center of it all. She shaped his childhood, and she wept at his tomb. This simple servant of the Lord watched in awe as God’s salvation for the world was revealed through her beloved son.

    In this four-week series of messages, Rev. Adam Hamilton helps us know and understand Mary, the mother of Jesus – a woman from humble means who found favor with God. What was she like as a person? Why was she given her remarkable task? What does the Bible teach us about her, and what meaning does her life have for ours?

    Join us as we light the Advent candles, sing favorite carols, prepare our hearts for Christmas, and study the real life of Mary. It was a life that was neither comfortable nor easy, but it changed the world forever. You will find here all the series resources that were produced, along with the weekly sermons.

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