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Being Creative with the Catechism

As we think about Dr. Hans Wiersma’s presentation on catechism, we all feel the need to find creative ways to communicate with young people. > See video of Dr. Hans Wiersma speaking on ‘Post-Modern’ Youth and 16th Century Teaching Tracts This piece on “How to Be Creative” from the Wall Street Journal might spark your imagination. It might give you
by Faith+Lead | March 29, 2012

As we think about Dr. Hans Wiersma’s presentation on catechism, we all feel the need to find creative ways to communicate with young people.

> See video of Dr. Hans Wiersma speaking on ‘Post-Modern’ Youth and 16th Century Teaching Tracts

This piece on “How to Be Creative” from the Wall Street Journal might spark your imagination. It might give you some ideas if you’re stuck in a rut on the sermon. (One of them – think like a child!) The jest of the article is “get out of focus before you want to get in focus”. A brain that’s not all that focused can engage in more random and adjacent possible.

How have you used creative methods in teaching the catechism?

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