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Theatre for Community, Conflict and Dialogue: The Hope is Vital Training Manual

by Michael Rohd. Heinemann, 1998.

This resource uses improvisational activities to build trust, find focus, and evoke creative responses to real-life issues, providing descriptions and purposes for each activity.

Offerings

post-activity reflection guide, engaging youth, activity plans for a variety of audience and time constraints, improvisational activities

Best For

youth ministers and lay leaders

Cost

purchase as a book or e-book

Suggested Uses

  • Encourage youth to engage in conversations about difficult topics by using improvisational activities to build trust and find focus.
  • Share this resource with youth ministry leaders for brainstorming purposes.

About the Contributor
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Marie Fleming

Marie Fleming is a contract resource consultant for the Center for Congregations. Her consulting practice includes congregation-based Permaculture Design and equipping congregations for creation care.

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