Workshop 10: Locus of Moral Authority Revisited Part of What We Choose In This Section Introduction From What We Choose The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings. — Albert Schweitzer As we make behavioral choices in our... Workshop-at-a-Glance From What We Choose Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 7 Activity 1: The Boy Who Cried Wolf 20 Activity 2: Ethical Statements 20 Activity 3: Ethical Skits 40... Spiritual Preparation From What We Choose Set aside time for journaling, reflection, prayer, and/or meditation, using these focus questions: Recall a time in your life when your ethical or moral... Welcoming and Entering From What We Choose Materials for Activity Sign-in sheet and pen or pencil Pocket folder, pen/pencil, and paper for each participant Name tags, single-use or durable... Opening From What We Choose Activity time: 7 minutes Materials for Activity Worship table or designated space Chalice, candle, and lighter, or LED/battery-operated candle Optional:... Activity 1: The Boy Who Cried Wolf From What We Choose Activity time: 20 minutes Materials for Activity A copy of the story "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Prin... Activity 2: Ethical Statements From What We Choose Activity time: 20 minutes Materials for Activity Handout 1, Ethical Statements Pen or pencil for each participant Preparation for Activity Copy Handout ... Activity 3: Ethical Skits From What We Choose Activity time: 40 minutes Materials for Activity A selection of props for skits, such as small toys, natural objects, kitchen utensils, silk flowers, pi... Closing From What We Choose Activity time: 3 minutes Materials for Activity Taking It Home handout Preparation for Activity Re-post the newsprint with hymn lyrics from the Opening. Leader Reflection and Planning From What We Choose Consider these questions as you review the workshop with your co-leader: Which parts of the workshop most engaged participants? Why?... Faith In Action: Progress on Faith in Action Commitments From What We Choose Description of Activity Take stock of your progress on Faith in Action initiatives based on the workshops in this program. What projects or initiatives... Alternate Activity 1: Reflection and Conversation From What We Choose Activity time: 20 minutes Materials for Activity Journals or notebooks, one for each participant Writing and drawing materials, such as pens, pencils, f... Alternate Activity 2: Ethical Guidelines From What We Choose Activity time: 25 minutes Materials for Activity Covenant created in the first workshop Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Post the... Taking It Home: Locus of Moral Authority Revisited From What We Choose The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings. — Albert Schweitzer Find a family member, a friend, or... The Boy Who Cried Wolf From What We Choose Attributed to Aesop, Greek fabulist, c. 620-564 BCE. A shepherd boy, watching a flock of sheep near his village, grew lonely.... Handout 1: Ethical Statements From What We Choose There are moral sources and/or authorities that inform or guide my ethical behavior. I have firm moral convictions.... Find Out More From What We Choose Look for ethical dilemmas in film. Many universities have an "Ethics in Film" course with an online syllabus which will give you ideas for viewing. Here... PREVIOUS: Find Out More UP: What We Choose NEXT: Introduction Download all of What We Choose (Word) (PDF) to edit or print.