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Karyn Wiseman

One of the things you can do with this exercise is stretch it in any discipline possible. Helping people put images or making ideas more concrete can be quite helpful for students.


Thanks so much for this, Karyn! My only memory from my homiletics class (1994?) was the professor tapping the ruler on the table to let me know that I had reached the time limit for my sermon. This exercise would have made a much more lasting impression!

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