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Breathing New Life into Your WoRM Sunday School

"After so many years of Rotation, what are you doing to breathe some new life into it?"

This "article" is a collection of excerpts gleaned from an old forum at our site that was dealing with that question. In some cases, members were talking about how the initial creative energy and response was fading after a few years. MESSAGE FATIGUE is a natural thing. So are old habits creeping back in? Everyone used to love your "new" murals and workshop decor, but they are now 7 years old. So what do you do?

As you will read in Neil and Carol's collected comments/responses, the Rotation Model is not meant to be a "new rut", but a concept of continuing to address the needs of our kids and church.

 You may also find this article helpful:  "How the Rotation Model Can Fail in Your Church."


You are welcome to add your own suggestions to this discussion and ask questions related to the topic. If you have a lesson or resource-related question, post it in the Help Lounge.


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