By Ann Leaman
Ohio Conference Resource Advocate
If you are looking for ways to nurture faith at home, take a look at the free resources available online at The Soil and the Seed Project: https://www.thesoilandtheseedproject.org.
This group has created “little liturgies” with downloadable music, art, prayers, scripture, and discussion prompts which can be used by individuals, families, or small communities. The resources are intended for daily and weekly use in people’s homes.
Seth Crissman, the project director for The Soil and the Seed Project, said on the project’s Facebook page, “This project is intended for individuals, families or small communities that are seeking to allow the Good News to take root in their lives so that they can be transformed and actively live out the deep love that God has for the whole world in their daily lives. The name comes from Jesus’ Parable in Matthew 13 about the soil and the Seed.”
Seth Crissman, the project director for this endeavor, is a musician and songwriter known through his work with the Walking Roots Band. He and his wife, Theresa, were scheduled to be the featured presenters at Ohio Conference’s missional festival, Engaging Mission 2020. Unfortunately, that event had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.