Learn to be a misfit

This Sunday we begin a new series called Misfits.  As Christians, we should be in the world but not of it, so it is natural to be a bit of a misfit.  You have two discussion opportunities for your student this week.  One of them is about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who was a real German misfit during WWII.  If you look at the other, you’ll learn the cloudiest city in America in 2008 – without even needing to purchase a Snapple drink!

Either way, take advantage of two opportunities to have a faith conversation with your student.  Do whatever you can to make it work – including blaming me for doing it! (“Well, Rev Kev says we’re supposed to go over this…”).  If something is corny in the discussion sheet, it’s okay to point it out and laugh at it.  Give it a shot and let me know how it goes.

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