Parishes and congregations employ various models and approaches in their planning for faith formation. One of these methods is a themed approach to faith formation. In Forming a Community of Faith: A Guide to Success in Adult Faith Formation Today (Twenty-Third Publications, 2014), Jane Regan summarizes the approach: “One model that has proved effective is for the pastoral team to decide on a theme for the year around which all adult formation experiences will revolve. If a parish selects sacraments, for example, all aspects of parish programming would have that as a theme.
Last year Seth Godin posted: “Eleven Things Organizations Can Learn from Airports.” (http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2013/01/ten-things-organizations-can-learn-from-airports-.html)
Seth begins by saying: “[Of course, this post isn’t actually about airports].” Many of Seth’s reflections can lead us to ask questions about what we do in adult faith formation:
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