Feeding Holy Curiosities
As human beings we are naturally curious. As an instructor, it is important to recognize and nurture the innate curiosity of the students. Given the topic of the Second Coming, the future, heaven, and so on, this lesson lends itself nicely to capitalizing on the questions and curiosities that students have.
Albert Einstein once said: “The important thing is not to stop questioning . . . Never lose a holy curiosity.” Before teaching this lesson, ask yourself: “How can I feed this ‘holy curiosity’ in kids?”