Accepting not only their ideas, but what is most important to them

Laurel Pritch, Teacher of Arts Education in Northern Canada with children ages 6 to 12, explains the creative work of the Spirit, about “getting down on their level and really accepting not only their ideas, but what is important to them; that changes hearts and lives.” “It’s one way that Jesus is alive and well in the secular classroom.” Laurel continues, “Does what we do in the world matter? Yes!” Laurel tells stories of giving the dignity of our attention, “making a difference in one person at a time, and one conversation at a time.”

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