Catechists are some of the best storytellers in the world, and we don’t have to travel far to find good stories to share. So many of them happen right under our noses and involve those we teach. With that in mind, I thought we’d spend some time this summer sharing stories from our own experiences as catechists.
This week’s topic is, “Kids (and Adults) Say and Do the Darndest Things!” Let’s hear about those unforgettable moments when one of your students, whether a child or an adult, said or did something that cracked you up, made you smile, or simply blew your mind.
Share your story here on Catechist’s Journey by typing in the comments section at the end of this post.
- Keep your story brief; one or two paragraphs is fine.
- Return each day to read the stories that others are posting.
- Feel free to comment on one another’s stories.
- You need not share your full name; first names will do.
We did this activity a number of years ago and had so much fun. Take a look to get an idea of the kinds of stories to be shared.
I look forward to reading your stories. If they’re anything like the last time we did this, we’re in for a treat.
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