• Follow Up
    Follow Up
    Interviews with staff at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection focused on follow up with visitors and new participants.
  • High School Bible Study - Titus
    High School Bible Study - Titus
    If there are two words to describe the letter of Titus, they might be “pastoral” and “practical.” The book of Titus is the brief letter of an older pastor (Paul) giving some solid and tangible advice to a younger pastor (Titus). Paul gets right to the point and doesn’t “mince words.” He is passing along words of wisdom as Titus leads his congregation and attempts to instruct them in the ways of Christ.

    This high school Bible study provides a complete walkthrough of the book of Titus. It was written for use in the spring of 2020, during the time of social distancing, but can be used interchangably as an online or in person study.
  • Hope: Living With Confident Expectation
    Hope: Living With Confident Expectation

    The message of Easter is hope, but where do we find hope when our world is turned upside down? What do we hold on to when we’re worried about our health, our families, our jobs? What can we count on in the face of uncertainty, isolation, fear and even death? Join Church of the Resurrection as we look for HOPE in challenging times in this 5-week sermon series.

    This resource contains the weekly sermons as well as supporting video teaching and discussion guides written for adults, students, and children for group or individual study.

  • Middle School Bible Study - Luke
    Middle School Bible Study - Luke
    This study provides an opportunity for middle school students to take a deeper step in
    their walk with God or take the next step toward Jesus. The Gospel of Luke contains some of the best stories in all of the Bible, and some unique stories that you can’t find in the other gospels of Matthew, Mark, or John.

    This study was written in the spring of 2020, during the time of social distancing, but can be used interchangably as an online or in person study.

     
  • 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/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?

  • ONE - Unity in a Divided World - Group Study
    ONE - Unity in a Divided World - Group Study

    These videos (aprrox. 10 min. each) and study guides are based on the book ONE - Unity in a Divided World by Deidra Riggs. These resources were created by Southwood Lutheran Church for a sermon series and churchwide Small Group study. It was so well received, we want to share the resources with others! Deidra helps us think differently about unity, first examining our own hearts and how we are ONE with God, then examining how we interact with others as ONE Body in Christ. She tackles topics such as racial division in the Church, political convictions that ruin relationships and life experiences that shape us. How do we celebrate our differences rather than allowing them to divide us? This study is an eye-opening first step. Appropriate for youth as well as adults, feel free to add your own logo to front and back cover of the study guide.

  • Outreach
    Outreach
    Interviews with staff at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection focused on reaching new people.
  • Radical Hospitality
    Radical Hospitality
    Interviews with staff at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection focused on providing radical welcome.
  • Small Group Discussion Guide
    Small Group Discussion Guide

    Small groups don't have to purchase fancy and expensive curriculum with videos to engage in meaningful discussion and spiritual formation. This guide outlines a step-by-step small group (or even indivudal devotion) time, including ice breaker questions, scripture engagement and reflection, and prayer. Small Group Leader simply chooses a passage (maybe your favorite, or something that's challenging you lately) and follows the guide! This can be adapted for children, youth, and adults.

  • Speaking with Jesus Devotional
    Speaking with Jesus Devotional

    In this Resource, you will find a guided conversation with Jesus designed to deepen and strengthen your relationship with Jesus Christ..  The devotional can be used across many settings, but can be particularly useful for mentors guiding students through a spiritual discovery and development process.

  • Student Ministries Fall Retreat Curriculum - Come to the Table
    Student Ministries Fall Retreat Curriculum - Come to the Table

    Are you planning a retreat for your students?  Whether it be a weekend away or maybe just an overnighter, here you will find an overall theme and curriculum for multiple small group sessions for your students and volunteer leaders.

    Over the course of the retreat is an invitation for students to COME TO THE TABLE. All of the stories incorporate this theme…the invitation to, the community around, the sacrifice offered at…the table. The visual of the table serves as a reminder to students of the transformational power and love of Jesus Christ.

     

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