Creating Shared Resilience

Weaving is symbolic of resilience as each strand contributes and supports the strength of the other strands so that collectively they become a very strong fabric.






(About the cover: Weaving is symbolic of resilience as each strand contributes and supports the strength of the other strands so that collectively they become a very strong fabric.)

The Creating Shared Resilience book equips churches for community engagement and NGOs for collaboration with churches. Authors David Boan and Josh Ayers have assembled a set of resources for Shared Resilience in conjunction with the soon to be released workbook on resilience. In general, these resources are:

A. Presentation and Workshop Powerpoint files. These are on a variety of resilience-related topics collected from the talks and workshops we have done over the years. They are organized into the categories from the book.

Handouts and Guides. These are tools to go with a presentation or discussion, such as sample discussion topics, survey guides, etc.

Workbook. This is the draft workbook, which means it is still being edited, so use at your own risk. 😉

References. This is a list of additional resources, such as papers and books that we recommend and sometimes incorporate into our workshops.

Case Studies. These are stories about Evangelical Alliances that built a community of shared resilience.

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