Category Archives: Resources

Resources for stopping hatred against AAPI communities

Thanks to Dr. Boyung Lee, REA president, for sharing Emily Wu’s module “Stop AAPI Hate Movement: History and Narratives” with us. This is a printable pdf full of useful information and links to videos, advocacy groups and other resources engaging … Continue reading

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Fighting Anti-Asian hatred

Our hearts continue to break, this time in relation to the shootings in Atlanta. Here are some resources for engaging in fighting racism that are specific to Asian and Asian American communities: https://rjb.religioused.org/2021/03/resources-for-engaging-anti-asian-racism/

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SSRC fellowships available

The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal (RSDR) Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), with the support of the Fetzer Institute, aims to bring knowledge of the place of religion and spirituality into scholarly and public conversations about renewing … Continue reading

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Lifelong Spirituality and God Connection

Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Schein, the 2018 Wornom Innovation grant award winner, has recently published yet another powerful resource: Life-Long Spirituality and God Connection: A Suite of Kaplanesque Learning Resources. The notion of life-long spirituality and God connection is clear enough … Continue reading

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Latest eREACH published

Did you know that “eREACH” stands for the electronic version of the “Religious Education Association Clearing House” — otherwise know as our newsletter? It comes out four times a year, and always includes free educational resources, news from members, and … Continue reading

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From Lament to Advocacy

The 2020 REA Fall Gathering included a powerful panel discussion of the new book edited by Anne Streaty Wimberly, Nathaniel West, and Annie Lockhart-Gilroy: From Lament to Advocacy: Black Religious Education and Public Ministry (Foundry Books 2020). It was an … Continue reading

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Lifelong learning survey

The Association of Lifelong Learning in Ministry (ALLLM), the professional guild supporting directors in lifelong learning — and REA’s related learning organization — is launching a research project. The goal? To map the landscape of continuing education in North America … Continue reading

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Add to our resource list!

After the August pop-up zoom we held to support people in planning fall courses, we developed a page on our website where you can add resources as you think of them. As we approach planning for spring terms, please visit … Continue reading

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Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education

The third plenary from the Religious Education Association’s annual meeting, held in Toronto, ON November 1-3, 2019 was entitled “Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education” and featured Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng, Emerita professor of religious education, Emmanuel College … Continue reading

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Hermeneutics of the Other and Theologies of Difference

The second plenary from the 2019 Religious Education Association meeting held in Toronto, ON November 1-3 was entitled “Hermeneutics of the Other and Theologies of Difference,” and involved a panel discussion amongst Elie Holzer, Ochs Chair for Teaching Jewish Religious … Continue reading

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