Living Marks of Mission from ABM is intend to be used by Religious Education teachers and Chaplains in high schools. The overall purpose of the material is to engage students with key ideas of social justice in the Christian faith, which can provide both the motivation and direction for tangible action. Available here
The Diocese of Montreal has produced Bible Study resource for weekly series (Week 1 to week 5) based on the Five Marks of Mission, which you can find here. There is also another link to resource on Five Marks of mission here.
The Bible in the Life of the Church project of the Anglican Communion has produced a Lent Bible study resource on the Fifth Mark of Mission called, And it was good: Responding to God’s Gift of Creation. A PDF file is found here.
Prayer liturgy for use on the World Environmental Day (5th June) can be found here.
5 Marks of Love Resources from the SSJE. Facilitator’s Guides, for adults and children (7-14), have been created by theSociety of Saint John the Evangelist (SSJE) and the Center for the Ministry of Teaching at the Virginia Theological Seminary. These guides are designed for first-time group leaders as well as those who are more experienced. The adult guide also contains alternate ideas and tips for using this offering with young adult groups.Details can be found here
21M – This is a resource all about the Five Marks of Mission based on the Book, Mission in 21st Century, for small groups with examples of mission in action from around the world to inspire churches and groups to put the Marks of Mission into action. See the details here with a very useful PDF booklet included.
Hitting the Mark is the Lent Bible study resource on the marks of mission produced by the Bishop of Bermuda and the Evangelism and Education Committee of the Diocese of Bermuda. It comes in five sessions with an introduction all of which can be downloaded here.