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Pastors: Don’t ask kids for opinions of church services

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1 comment:

  • Ted Lauchland posted at 11:31 am on Wed, Aug 22, 2012.

    Ted Lauchland Posts: 254

    If you want the long version - ask an adult with years of experience including the use of their skills learned along the way.

    If you want an innocent unbiased opinion , the younger you go the less inhibited and honest they become - "out of the mouths of babes" so to speak. Church has always set me up for an afternoon nap one way or the other.

    Teachers use the LNS as a teaching tool for real life learning with the hands on research and social practice offered within for these young minds. Participation in activity headed towards developing opinions and encouraging forward movement to become the adults the rest of us claim to be. We continue to learn from each other no matter how old we get or how young we appear and we are always subject to each other's opinions - voiced, or not voiced. Socially regulated sanity.

    I wonder what the classrooms would say if they were asked the simple question " What do you think of some of the posts made on this public blog ? "

    Are we stewed to the gills?

     

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