Podcast: Human developmental stages

In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I discuss what should adults know about human developmental stages as they relate to what we do in sunday school

This is the second of four podcasts about faith development and human developmental stages.

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Podcast: Faith development and developmental stages

In this podcast, Rev. Dan Harper and I discuss the concepts of faith development and the developmental stages humans go through,  and what those of us who are teaching Sunday school should know about these concepts.

This is the first of four podcasts about faith development and human developmental stages in this series of podcasts.

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Growing Up Spiritual or Religious? A Developmental View

Laura Coleman found this podcast of a talk given by the Rev. Scotty McLennan, a UUCPA community minister, at the Pacific School of Religion’s Earl Lectures plenary session. Check it out here. Scotty McLennan is the Dean for Religious Life at Stanford, and author of the book Jesus Was a Liberal: Reclaiming Christianity for All.

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CRE Podcast: Leading Discussions

In this week’s podcast, Reverend Dan Harper and I discuss how to lead discussions with children in a CRE class

Do you have any helpful tips or strategies for guiding discussions?  We’d love to hear your feedback and reactions to the podcast. Please post a comment to this blog entry.

Also, do you have questions or topics that you would like a future podcast to address? Send us an e-mail or post a message with your question or suggested topic.

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