Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Letters from the Mailbox
Outside of the mailbox are scraps of paper. Students can write their questions, verses or topics that they would like for us to study at our weekly youth group gathering on Sunday nights.
We will be doing this for the months of May and June. This gives students the opportunity to have direct input into what our messages cover. It also helps us to speak to the needs they feel they have in their lives. If one student is thinking it then chances are other students have the same questions, struggles or interest in the same verses from the Bible. Students can also choose to remain anonymous or write their name on their "letter".
We will also create some PODz discussions (small groups) so following the messages the students can get into their small group and discuss and dig deeper with their small group leader.
Will we use every "letter" in our series during these months? Probably not. But we can file the unused "letters" away for use at a later time.
The last time we did this was around 3 years ago. I look forward to building the messages from the "letters". Later I will post the message themes/topics so you can see what our students were interested in. Should be a fun adventure over the next couple of months.
Best part - we don't have to pay those crazy prices for stamps. Even better than that we will get a glimpse into the minds of our students.
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