In "Riddle and Mystery," a Tapestry of Faith program
Meet with your co-leaders after the session. How was the mix of discussion and action? Are you continuing to find ways to involve all youth fully in sessions despite any limitations they might have? Does the group have new behavioral issues you need to address?
How do youth feel about the idea of soul? Do they speak in terms of their own souls? Or do they prefer other terms for describing their deepest selves? Is Faith in Action going well, or do you need to make some adjustments? If so, who will take the lead? Note that the Big Question for Session 14 asks, "Can we ever solve life's mysteries?" Plan to reflect on your own answers to that in the days ahead if you will be leading Session 14.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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