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Monday, July 23, 2012


Charles E Flynn

Those of you who had your heart set on reading something with a bit of revisionism might consider these alternatives:

The Lost Second Book of Aristotle's Poetics, by Walter Watson.

Thomas Becket: Warrior, Priest, Rebel, by John Guy.


I had been a leader in Sunday School and it has been a good excnireepe to meet the children and teach them about religion and manners. Overall, they are well behaved and friendly. I would like to acknowledge Sister Joy, principal of Sunday School, for creating this initiative since the 2000s. At Sunday School, we would have worksheets and games to expand children's knowledge about theology and faith. What we leaders could do to improve Sunday School in 2011 and in the future is to teach them how to be friendly to others and being more respectful by using manners in everyday life. Our mission is to make Sunday School better by knowing Jesus better in the Scriptures. We leaders also need understand the needs of children and who they are by learning their names because Sunday School is also about growing friendships and that is what God expects us to do.

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