Every Tuesday we gather at Speak What We Feel to ruminate together over questions about life both serious and silly to grow together in understanding and perspective of one another and of our world at large. Today’s question:
If there were one thing you wish were taught in whatever your church calls Sunday school, what would it be?
It could be past or present: something you wish were taught in jr high/high school or currently in your, let’s call it, life connection class.
Me? I think today I’ll go with Church history. When I took my first Church History class in grad school, it was like the whole world made sense in more solid ways… both in how I understand Church today and why in many ways we are how we are, and in regard to history at large.
The other day someone said they wish it’d been this: “If they would have explained THIS [what hooking up does to our bodies and brains chemically] in Sunday school it probably would have made me grasp why God wanted me to value sex for the commitment of marriage!”
Okay. Your turn.