Literacy is a topic of great importance to classroom teachers: Do children understand what they read/see/hear/experience? How do we know if they understand?   What are they really thinking? How can we, as adults, become better listeners to understand what they are meaning?  But literacy is not only a ‘school’ issue.  Literacy has very much to do with any aspect of life and certainly is connected to church and to faith and living out one’s faith:  What does it mean to understand and how do we get to that point? Is there a definite point of understanding? Why do we think the way we do? Why does it matter to think about it?

Read "Understanding Understanding" from Marg Epp

Read "Blueprints and Building Blocks: Right Hearts"

by Krista Loewen

It's a curious scene for an outsider: an individual kneeling at the front of a church and having water poured on her head (or dunked in a body of water, depending on the church...).  Is this the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (are people still doing that?)  A public delousing method?  Okay, most people recognize a baptism when they see one, but what's the purpose of this ancient religious ritual?  And why does the crowd seem so happy about it?

Read "Baptism" from Joe Heikman

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