In "Toolbox of Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program
Reflect on these questions and discuss them with your co-leaders:
You may want to reflect on the aspects of courage and conviction that seemed personally meaningful to you. If you have made your own list of convictions, what might you find useful to do with this list? As you asked the children to consider, which of these deserve the energy and attention of your life? What support for your courage and your convictions do you find in your religious community, your family and friends, or your work? How might you strengthen that support? How has leading this session changed you? How do you think this session may change the participants?
What follow-up conversations or activities would you like to engage in as a result of this session? With the Toolbox of Faith group? In your own life? In your congregation?
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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