October 3, 2022
Gratitude Every Day in November: Get your congregation on board with an all-church gratitude practice. Licenses are available per congregation and are good for up to 500 copies. Also included is gratitude leaves to print for a gratitude tree!
Arianne Braithwaite Lehn wrote the book discussion guide for Hope: A User’s Manual. The guide is meant for groups. Each section includes a prayer, discussion questions, a take-it-with-you portion, and a benediction. Find the guide here.
Updated September 20, 2022
Strategies that can help your child develop a deeper understanding of gratitude — into their teen years
posted 11.02.23 by Jill Anderson of Harvard Graduate School of Education
By Jodi Belcher (she/her/hers); Building Faith; Nov 18, 2022
Erin Strobes' mission for her monthly blog, Nourish, is to help you be kinder to yourself and others.
Father Richard Rohr - citing numerous mystics - shared a full week on Mystical Hope.
Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza wonders Where Has This Year Gone?!? and encourages us to begin each day with "Thank you".
Rev. Deborah (Deb) Vaughn shares a simple reminder of the gift of noticing the Beauty around Me when days are dreary - and sharing beauty with others.
An Unexpected Emergency in Flight is a reminder of the incredible grace and joy we experience knowing "we are in this together".
5 Ways to Grow Grateful Kids from Faith Formation Ministries
As followers of Jesus, we celebrate to remember and anticipate God’s abundant goodness, creativity, faithfulness, beauty, and love. This practice invites families to cultivate joy with the God who rejoices in us (Zeph. 3:17). Here are five “delight-full” ways to do so.