An inspiring look at turning theological education into action through small group reflection. Video courtesy of Trinity Television and New Media.
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Thanks for this one -as a trainer and mentor for EfM - I find it is ever new and transforms lives like no other study I have done. The pix of the people in the Chapel of the Transfiguration in Jackson - early in the video - is our Online group graduates. We piloted it in Wyoming and now have 8 EfM Online groups with students all over the world. Click here for more info on EFM and EfM Online.
Ann Fontaine |
October 9, 2007 12:48 AM
The two core practices of EfM--hospitality and theological reflection--are the same two practices shared by all 50 of the vital mainline churches studied by Diana Butler Bass. I am not surprised.
Like the gentleman in this video EfM has redirected the course of my life and ministry. I am now introducing theological reflection in my work with children and youth. They are naturals at seeing God's work in the world, and their connection to the stories in the Bible have grown deeper.
Jenifer Gamber |
October 9, 2007 7:59 AM
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