Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sunday School: Missional or Discipleship

There is an ongoing debate about the validity of Sunday School in the present time. Many believe, because of the decline in numbers and inept function in some churches, that Sunday School is dead. I must admit that Sunday School … Continue reading

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Arts, Drama & Sunday School

Children’s teachers have known for a long time the value of art and drama in teaching a lesson. With their crayons, markers, art work, pipe cleaners (There is a technical term for them, but it escapes me!), Play Doh, role … Continue reading

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Sunday School & Community Part II

As I continue the thoughts about the components of community as it relates to Sunday School, I want to take some time today to write about the essential focus of personal relationships. In Jesus’s ministry we read an intentional process … Continue reading

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Sunday School and Community

Our team leader, Ken Kessler, sent me a resource guide today with lots of valuable information on spiritual formation. You can find it at http://www.congregationalresources.org. The resource is “Process Not Program: Adult Faith Formation for Vital Congregations” by Diana Butler … Continue reading

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Outreach & Sunday School

In a day when society has become so mobile, there are many children without parents or grandparents close by. I have shared some ideas in the past (see blog on Serving Through Sunday School) for outreach, but here are some creative ways … Continue reading

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