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Before deciding to implement Our Whole Lives or the earlier About Your Sexuality programs, most congregations would engage in discussion about sexuality education in a religious context. Try to trace the history of this work in your congregation. When did the congregation first offer either About Your Sexuality or Our Whole Lives? What motivated people to begin this work? How has the congregation's sexuality education programming changed over the years?
If your congregation does not offer Our Whole Lives, is it under consideration? Has the congregation been involved with issues of sexual justice—for example, abortion rights, access to birth control, or family planning information?
Find a way to make this history visible, via a newsletter or website article, a display table during coffee hour, or as part of a worship service.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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