In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
If you are using this activity as a supplemental activity and have also done the activity based on Jacob Lawrence's art, start by saying something about how there are different types of migrations. Point out that the image they viewed by Lawrence told the story of human migration. However, animals migrate as well and their story can also be compelling as a way to think about spiritual journey.
If you are using this activity as a replacement for the Lawrence activity, start by asking the participants: what might we discover about our own spiritual journey from watching birds migrate? As they share ideas, write them on newsprint.
Then show the movie or the 15-minute section that you selected.
After showing the movie, direct participants' attention to the discussion questions you have posted on newsprint:
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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