AUMC Curriculum Resources & Recommendations

Welcome to Arborlawn's resource library and recommendation page. We hope you find this resource helpful when planning studies for yourself and your groups.  Please email abby@arborlawnumc.org if you have questions or need help.

PRint Resources

Libib: An online catalog of AUMC's books & dvds

A description of what Libib is and how to use it.
Download the App HERE.


Online Resources

Wired Word

Description of what WW is, the login info, and how to use it.

Username: arborlawnumc
Password: Briar5001

the Work of The People

Description of what WOTP is, the login info, and how to use it.

Username: office@arborlawnumc.org
Password: Briar5001


    Leader Tip: Some things to consider when choosing a study

    • Is this within the spectrum if United Methodist theology?
    • Can a non-seminary trained person lead/teach/facilitate the study?
    • Does this study have the potential to move people to deepen their faith?

    5 SUGGESTED AREAS OF STUDY EACH YEAR:

    1. Bible based studies - Examples - Immersion Bible Studies, For Everyone Bible Study Guides by N.T. Wright, Short-Term Disciple Studies

    2. United Methodist history, beliefs and organization - Examples - Three Simple Rules, What does it mean to be United Methodist, The Wesley Challenge
    3. Spiritual Disciples/Living the Spiritual Journey - Examples - The Good and Beautiful Series, Happy: What it is and How to Find it, The Jesus Priorities
    4. Topical studies on life and social issues - Examples - Living Fully, Dying Well, Confronting the Controversies, Sticky Faith Parenting, Fear of the Other
    5. Theological studies – Who is God and how does God work? - Examples - Why?: Making Sense of God’s Will, What’s so Amazing about Grace?, Restored: Finding Redemption in the Mess