Values

Increase in Wisdom and Favor

“LET’S GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER” ARTS CONVERSATIONS. Isn’t it time to be working together for equity and against white supremacy in our churches, schools, and everywhere we’re connected, using the many creative gifts we have all been blessed with to transform lives and make some real changes?

This is one of seven sets of questions for all ages that might be used in Equity Voices arts conversations, for participants to express themselves artistically using words, images, photos, a video, a song or any creative means of responding, and also get to know a bit about other people participating in the conversations. Other topics include Self & Family, Other People, Community & Country, Race & Justice, Visions, Equity Actions. Now, during Lent, each topic includes one Scripture-based question as the first in the list.

Please create your answers/responses to these questions using words, images, photos, a video, a song or any creative, artistic means of responding. Then share your response online (on this website) and/or with your Equity Voices group, friends, family, or other people.

VALUES: What are some values important to you?

  1. SCRIPTURE: (Luke 2:52) “Jesus increased in wisdom and in years, and in divine and human favor.” What does wisdom mean to you? Divine and human favor? What are some of your most important values? Do you believe you have wisdom, good values, and/or understanding of that is important to people and to God? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to convey your understanding of wisdom, values, and divine and/or human favor?
  2. What does happiness mean to you? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to convey how you understand happiness?
  3. What does liberty or freedom mean to you? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to convey how you understand freedom and/or liberty?
  4. How would you describe safety and what it means to you? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to show how you understand safety and what it means to you?
  5. Who is your favorite or biggest hero/person (living or no longer living)? Who is someone you admire or love very much? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to convey who your favorite hero or other person is and how/why you admire or love this person?
  6. How would you define/describe health and what it means to you? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to convey how you understand health and what health means to you?
  7. How can we grow equity, justice, antiracism in our lives? Can you use words, a story, picture, statement, song, poem, video etc. to illustrate/explain your understanding of how we can grow equity, justice, and/or antiracism in our lives?

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