Workshop 10: Locus of Moral Authority Revisited

Workshop 10: Locus of Moral Authority Revisited
Workshop 10: Locus of Moral Authority Revisited

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  • The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings. — Albert Schweitzer As we make behavioral...
  • Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 7 Activity 1: The Boy Who Cried Wolf 20 Activity 2: Ethical Statements 20 Activity 3:...
  • Set aside time for journaling, reflection, prayer, and/or meditation, using these focus questions: Recall a time in your life when your...
  • Materials for Activity Sign-in sheet and pen or pencil Pocket folder, pen/pencil, and paper for each participant Name tags, single-use or...
  • Materials for Activity Worship table or designated space Chalice, candle, and lighter, or LED/battery-operated candle Optional: Musical...
  • Materials for Activity A copy of the story " The Boy Who Cried Wolf " Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Print the story...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 1, Ethical Statements Pen or pencil for each participant Preparation for Activity Copy Handout 1, Ethical...
  • Materials for Activity A selection of props for skits, such as small toys, natural objects, kitchen utensils, silk flowers, ping pong balls...
  • Materials for Activity Taking It Home handout Preparation for Activity Re-post the newsprint with hymn lyrics from the Opening. Customize...
  • Consider these questions as you review the workshop with your co-leader: Which parts of the workshop most engaged participants? Why? Were...
  • Description of Activity Take stock of your progress on Faith in Action initiatives based on the workshops in this program. What projects or...
  • Materials for Activity Journals or notebooks, one for each participant Writing and drawing materials, such as pens, pencils, fine point...
  • Materials for Activity Covenant created in the first workshop Newsprint, markers, and tape Preparation for Activity Post the covenant...
  • The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings. — Albert Schweitzer Find a family member, a...
  • Attributed to Aesop, Greek fabulist, c. 620-564 BCE. A shepherd boy, watching a flock of sheep near his village, grew lonely. He devised a...
  • There are moral sources and/or authorities that inform or guide my ethical behavior. I have firm moral convictions. Each person is entitled...
  • Look for ethical dilemmas in film. Many universities have an "Ethics in Film" course with an online syllabus which will give you ideas for...

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