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Hickory seeds

The only religious education that lasts is that which is reinforced by the family

Intergenerational learning activities give children an opportunity to see adults studying and growing in their fai th. That plants the seed that ongoing learning is for everyone," says Kathleen Yates, pastoral intern at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Hickory, N. C.

At Mount Olive these events are held during the Sunday school hour on the first Sunday of each month and include prayer, devotions, clowns, balloons, songs, puzzles and games. Teaching is accomplished through stories, puppets, drama and video.


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