In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
This activity presents a story about theologian James Luther Adams. Participants will identify the choices leaders made in the story which moved their congregation toward embracing racial integration. The group will explore how the individuals' choices reflected their faith.
Read the story aloud.
Then, distribute the story and the handout. Invite the group to take a few moments to re-read the story and reflect on the questions on the handout. Allow three minutes for individual reflection.
Now, ask participants to work in groups of four to examine the story together, using the questions as a guide. Tell them in 15 minutes you will ask them to report back, especially on their responses to last question.
After 15 minutes, re-gather the large group and invite small groups to report.
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Last updated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.
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