Camp Taifa Sunday Series 2019

Theme: SANKOFA – Standing in our Religious Present Remembering our Spiritual Past Building our Africentric Future


Dates: Sundays on July 14 | 21 | 28

Duration: 75-90 minutes following worship

July 14: Our Religious Present: The Need for Bible Study

Biblical text: Deuteronomy 10

 

 

  • Is anything sacred anymore?
  • Is the Bible/Bible Study relevant?
  • The Bible, our sacred text; What is the Bible?
  • The formation of the Canon
  • Bible Study at FAC
July 21: Our Spiritual Past: The Sacred Texts of our Foreparents

Biblical Text: Luke 4: 14 – 30

 

  • Shaping consciousness – The sacred texts of our families (Bible, Torah, Koran, Kebra Nagast, etc.)
  • Based on what we gleaned from our spiritual past, what are we passing on to the next generation?
July 28: Our Afri-centric Future. African Diasporic Literature, as Sacred Text

Biblical Text: Daniel 1:17

 

  • The literature of liberation, cultural identity/personhood
  • The literature of social, political, economic, environmental, religious justice
  • The Literature speaks to our Africentric, spiritual self
Pedagogy: Video clips, open discussion, small group discussion, lecture, facilitation.
Facilitators: Elder Carvel Bennett and other FAC Leaders

Every Sunday

Until: August 04, 2019

Time: 11:45am

Place: First Afrikan Church