Resources

This part of the website is reviews of various resources linked to Methodism that we think you’ll find helpful.

Book reviews
Social Activism: A Youth Worker's guide to activism and discipleship (2017) - Nigel Pimlott - Booklet
Who is it for?  Youth workers, but also anyone interested in activism and discipleship.
What is its purpose?  To inspire action to close the gap between what God intended for the world and how it currently is.
The review: this excellent short booklet is full of inspiration for everyone, though is specifically aimed at those working with young people.  Easy to read with real life examples, Biblically backed and a great list of practical suggestions for action, this resource is ideal for anyone in need of encouragement in living out the dual commands to love God and our neighbour.
Where can this be obtained?  www.grovebooks.co.uk or 01223 464748
Reviewed by Kristie Legg - 23/10/2018

Talking of God Together - The Methodist Church - Booklet/Small group resource
Who is it for?  Small groups.
What is its purpose?  To help Methodist people talk together about faith and God.
The review: this book includes five session plans to help groups pray together, think about their understanding and experience of God, and share this within the group.  Each session includes a wide range of suggested material, including material for prayer, poetry, Scripture readings and reflection sessions.  There is also a 'how to use this resource' section for those who facilitate the group.
Where can this be obtained?  www.methodistpublishing.org.uk
Reviewed by Edel McClean - 06/11/2018

 

 


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