Faith@Home -The Episcopal Church provides a year-round weekly email that will include four separate lectionary based reflections and prompts for families (however that is defined) and friend groups. Each section is written by one of our diverse contributors with a specific pairing in mind--Adult to Littles, Adult to Middles , Adult to Bigs and Adult to Adult --so families of all types and sizes can dive deeper into the scriptures together. Additionally, each week will feature one unifying question that reaches across all four reflections.
Faith Lens - Written with teenagers in mind, it is a weekly (during the school year) look at the lessons that uses current events and relevant questions to get people talking. Put out by the ELCA.
Example of a Weekly Family Devotion Guide.
Lutheran Outdoor Ministry's Daily Bread Ministries has partnered with the Christian Camp and Conference Association to provide a 30- day devotional guide for junior and senior high.
Faith Fix - For families or churches you can order a Faith Fix box and have intentional interactive faith activities and devotions at home. Created by an ELCA Children's minister, each box covers a variety of themes.
Praying in Color - Sybil MacBeth Why Pray in Color?
1) You want to pray but words escape you. 2) Sitting still and staying focused in prayer are a challenge. 3) Your body wants to be part of your prayer. 4) You want to just hang out with God but don’t know how. 5) Listening to God feels like an impossible task . 6) Your mind wanders and your body complains. 7) You want a visual, concrete way to pray. 8) You Need a new way to pray.
Visual Faith Project from Vibrant Faith starts with photographs and then leads the person into deeper conversation about faith.
Prayer Beads - Idea by Jerusalem Jackson Greer who devised a method of traveling the beads while praying The Lord’s Prayer.