Learning over Coffee
Myk Habets from Carey College in NZ says:
“I have a Café Theos I set up. Interested students sign up to read something I provide (a book chapter, article, case study) and over coffee we theologically reflect and then apply.
This builds relationships. It seems to work well if we get interested students signing up.”
This is such a good proposal for justifying the seminary’s purchase of a really good coffee maker that makes decent coffee.
Dr. Geoff Pound
Extra Coffee Stories:
World Café: A Creative Process for Telling Stories
Change Like Coffee, Requires Time to Percolate
Civet Poop Coffee: Good to the Last Dropping
Faith, Creativity and Caffeine
Imbibing the Emirates