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Racialized Trauma Course
This online course explains racialized trauma that stays in the body, especially as it relates to Black people, White people, police, and communities.
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National Religious Partnership for the Environment
The goal of this website is to express a united commitment to “seek justice and healing for the whole community of life” by offering a kind of one-stop shop for resources from five religious traditions: Jewish, Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, Mainline and Evangelical Christian.
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Mission Planning: Do-It-Yourself Tools
This website, provided by Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), has curated do-it-yourself planning resources created across the ELCA and other traditions as part of their Mission Planning.
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Megachurch Resources
If you are curious about megachurches or are involved in one, the Megachurch Resource website, hosted by Leadership Network, is a storehouse of great information, the latest trends, and applicable resources.
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Maximum Generosity: Inspiring Open-Handed Giving in a Tight-Fisted World
Brian Kluth has created this site in order to aid congregations, nonprofits, parachurch organizations and denominations in approaching financial matters.
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Let All Creation Praise
This ecumenical website resource includes a focus on “God the creator, Christ the redeemer of creation, and the Spirit as sustainer of creation” and worshiping God “with all creation.” Its three- year cycle corresponds with the Common Lectionary and is usually observed during September, although the Season can be celebrated at any time.
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Jewish Lights Publishing: Children's Books
This web resource provides books which take on universal topics like grief and loss, forgiveness, mystery, humanity’ s role in the world, and even whether God ever sleeps, in ways that understand and respect their younger audience.
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Jewish Education - Teaching Emotional Intelligence
This website, by the Founder and President of Orthodox Jewish social justice organization Uri L’ Tzedek, Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, explores the role of emotional intelligence in the development of moral and ethical intelligence in children by arguing that religious education can be weighed too heavily to the cognitive and intellectual development of the child, and that children need emotional experiences both rewarding and challenging in order for them to make the ethics they are being taught concrete.
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Financial Information & Tools
This website provides links and information about finance in congregations.
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