In "Love Connects Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
The group creates a Graffiti Wall of Wondering Questions.
Distribute markers and encourage participants to write their wondering questions on the blank paper. Invite them to forego neat lists and instead arrange their questions haphazardly.
Remind them that a "wondering question" is one that inspires investigation and discovery—"seeking truth in love". Such questions may not be readily answerable, and certainly not with a simple "yes" or "no".
If needed, prompt with questions of your own, questions you heard from the group in Activity 1, or some of these:
As the graffiti wall fills, invite reflection with questions such as:
Post the graffiti wall. If there is space left on it and participants can easily reach it, invite them to add more wondering questions as long as the graffiti wall remains posted.
If any participants are physically unable to write their own questions on the graffiti wall, have some or all participants work in pairs: One generates questions, the other writes.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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