In the book: 32 Ways to Become a Great Sunday School Teacher, by Delia Halverson, we begin (ch. 1) at “Ages and Stages.” She provides some useful info about not only developmental stages of children but also generational differences among adults. Then she asks us to read 2 Bible verses. When I read the first, Mark 7:1-13 I thought of the saying: “You can’t put new wine into old wineskins.” Or perhaps, you can’t use old ways of teaching with new generations of humans? Do you agree – and if so – what are some ways we can pass on the “Christian Story” in ways that are meaningful to kids today?
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