In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Ask participants to consider what sustains them in times of crisis. What spiritual practices or disciplines do they find helpful? What keeps them grounded and centered when they face challenges?
Invite participants to create symbols with papers, glue and markers to represent that which sustains them and helps keep their spirits fully engaged. For example, they might create a leaf to represent walking in the woods. Suggest they create one symbol or many, and use words, pictures or abstract creations to represent that which sustains them.
After 15 minutes, re-gather participants. Invite them to name their spiritual practices as they place their creations, one person at a time, in the container.
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Last updated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.
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