In "Wisdom from the Hebrew Scriptures," a Tapestry of Faith program
As the groups divide, make sure there is an adult or a youth who will handle each glue gun. Invite the small group to create a prophet's mantle. Invite them to try on a variety of scarves, capes, and/or fabric pieces and then choose decorations. Ask adults or youth to use the glue gun to affix decorations to the prophet's mantles. When the mantles are done, invite each participant to put on their mantle and to take turns enacting Nathan calling David out on his wrong behavior. After each practices being Nathan, invite them to be a modern-day prophet, calling out a wrong behavior that goes on in our own world (such as littering, hitting, taking more than your share, etc).
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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