Conversation Launch: Feb 28th
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Conversation Launch: Feb 28th, 7:30-8:30
Community Conversations: March 28th, April 25th, May 23rd (all)
Times: 5:30-7:00 (Pizza & Documentary Watch Party) 7:00 - 8:30 Community Conversation
March - May Home Study Content
Each month for three months families and small groups will be invited to “Watch, Read, and Listen” to specifically curated content (due to some mature themes we encourage parents to preview materials) that will be integrated into our community conversation: yes there will be a test!
Home Study as Dinner Conversation: The explicit goal is that intergenerational families and small groups would engage this material together. Ideally this includes watching, reading, and listening together. At a minimum the “home work” for the home study is that each family/small group engages in a meaningful conversation about that months content over a meal together.
Each month for three months families and small groups will gather together for a “Community Conversation” wherein participants will: 1) get to hear reflections from both community leaders and their peers, 2) engage in dynamic small group break out conversations, and 3) test their knowledge of that months content through a group trivia game!
When possible, we will host an optional “watch party” prior to the Community Conversation wherein folks will gather earlier in the evening and watch at least a large portion of that months documentary/film, and share in a time of fellowship over pizza (cost $5).
Below you will find past Crucial Conversations, including the core conversation pieces & momento’s developed as fruit of those conversations
These three “Conversation Pieces” are the ones that stood out amidst the content that we engaged during our 3 month long series on Faith & Wisdom
After completing a 4 month intergenerational conversation including 3 community conversations, and a Lenten media fast; below you can see some of the fruit those conversations produced.
These three “Conversation Pieces” are the ones that stood out among the content that we engaged, which we commend to any church or family wanting to have their own crucial conversation on faith & media.
These “rules for Life” carry the voice of both the youth and adult participants in discerning a healthy “digital diet”
After listing key phrases from all three community conversations we invited everyone to vote on which terms “brought life,” and which ones, “brought death.” From that vote we created these word cloud stickers.