In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
Materials for Shorter Version
Participants make journals.
Tell participants that they will be doing a journaling reflection at the end of each workshop, and that the journals they are making now will be used for that purpose. Using the instructions and the examples you have made, lead participants through the journal making process.
As they work, you can continue the discussion from the previous activity if the group needs more time. Make sure you leave at least ten minutes to talk about the rest of the program. Provide an overview and share what you are most excited about. Ask participants about their expectations and what they hope to get out of this experience.
Shorter Journal Making Option (10 Minutes):
Give each participant a spiral bound notebook and show them the materials for decorating the covers. Invite them to decorate the journals in a way that says something about their spiritual journey.
You still want to use this time to tell them about the program.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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