I want to introduce you to a new feature here on the site: the Free Resource Library. You may have noticed it in recent posts, but I wanted to highlight it for you to explain a little more about what you get when you sign up.
Every time there’s a blog post that offers bonus material for signing up, it will go into the Resource Library. No additional email-entry needed. Once you sign up, you’ll have access, and the link and password will be included in every email I send, so you’ll never have to dig for it.
What you’ll find in the Free Resource Library:
Playlists of contemporary music (not CCM) inspired by the liturgical calendar. The Pentecost Playlist is already available.
Christianity in Culture lists: There’s already a downloadable PDF of “Baptism Scenes in Movies & Literature,” soon to be joined by “Christ Figures in Movies & Literature.” Have a specific need? Ask for it in the comments!
Discussion guides for more deeply engaging books and movies in ways that help you grow in your faith are soon to come!
Just added today: a guide with everything you need to start a book group perfectly fitted to your schedule and preferences. It includes wording for emails and a list to guide you through the logistics conversation to set your group norms. AND, I’m working on a variation on the guide for movie groups.
Sign up for access to that material and to the ever-expanding list of resources that will be added to it — more book guides, more movie guides, more playlists, more Christianity in Culture resource lists.
You’ll often have early access, as I put material in the Resource Library earlier than when when I hit publish on their corresponding posts.