Are you leading youth ministry in a Reformed congregation? Are you looking for resources that help your youth explore your denomination’s history and theology? Re:form Traditions can help you plan for four weeks of lessons using humorous videos and multisensory activities.
What you’ll need to lead Re:form Traditions: Reformed:
Here’s a quick look at planning each week of content:
Not every Anti-Workbook activity is a good fit with remote learning, so here’s a guide to what adapt and what to skip.
Session 1: History
Was the Reformed tradition really started by a control freak?
* Since two of these activities invite youth to spend time in the sanctuary, you could feature some photos of your worship space and invite conversation about what they appreciate about this space.
Session 2: Beliefs
If God has already predestined me to heaven or hell, why does it matter what I do?
Session 3: Practices
What’s so great about doing things decently and in order?
Session 4: The Tradition Today
Are we reformed or reforming?