Explains essential components of F.I.R.E.(Family Intergenerational Religious Education), such as leadership, training, session-startup ideas, step-by-step directions for leading the group and maintaining the focus of the session, and suggestions to help the group toward a better understanding of the meaning and purpose of each session. Developed in response to the needs of families and parishes for a strong support system for the Christian lifestyle, "F.I.R.E.": A Way of Being Church is an ongoing religious education process designed to bring people of all ages and backgrounds together in an atmosphere of faith-sharing. Using games, experiences, discussions, and simulations, it presents a veritable gold mine of easily adaptable material for todays changing families and Christian communities.
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Kathleen O'Connell Chesto holds a Doctor of Ministry degree and an MA in Religious Studies. In 1995, she received the distinguished alumna award from Hartford Seminary. A national consultant on family spirituality and religious education, she also directs parish retreats throughout the United States and Canada. She is the author of F.I.R.E., an intergenerational religious education process, and the producer of numerous videos on family life and prayer. Many of her prayerful and encouraging books help parents guide their children in the Sacraments and explain the blessings of families coming together, living a Christian lifestyle.
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Book Description Liguori Lifespan, 1999. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110764804731