In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Invite participants to recall a moment of crisis in their own lives, a moment when they had some choices to make. It might be a work, family or health crisis, or a crisis that emerged out of a commitment or goal they were pursuing. Allow a minute of silence for participants to bring a moment of crisis to mind.
Indicate the questions you have posted on newsprint. Tell participants they will have ten minutes to write or silently meditate in response to the questions and, while they will not share their reflections with one another at this time, the reflections will be helpful later in the workshop (Activity 4).
Read the questions aloud.
After ten minutes, invite participants to finish writing or reflecting and return their attention to the group. Ask for brief feedback about the experience of considering their own spiritual and emotional resources.
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