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Hunger Games Discussion Resources

For those of us involved in youth ministry, or ministry of any sort, we’re often looking for resources that can help us to connect the dots between faith and real life. Or, in this case, faith and a particular cultural product that has captured our imagination. The Hunger Games certainly is one of those cultural forces at this moment, and worth discussing with youth in your congregation (and beyond!).

We came across this great resource from David Lose, and wanted to share it with you here. It’ll get you thinking about how we can connect this story with our Christian story. How do you think the Hunger Games would connect with the story of the Exodus, the Beatitudes or the Last Supper?

Click this link for some background and a study guide!


Andrew Stephens-Rennie

About Andrew Stephens-Rennie

Andrew is an Anglican lay leader who loves pioneering responsive, contextual solutions to the challenge of being church in the 21st Century. He serves as an assistant to the rector for Evangelism and Christian Formation at Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver and is a founding member of the emerging St. Brigids community (
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