Why choose re:form Traditions?
Explore questions specific to their faith tradition
Focus on four key questions central to youth’s faith tradition—helping them gain a deeper understanding of their tradition’s history and why it matters today.
Encourage hands-on learning
Use the re:form Traditions Anti-Workbook, offered for Lutheran, Methodist, and Reformed, to give youth a chance to interact through doodling, journaling, and illustrating to help them build faith.
Use it to fit your context
Affirm and strengthen faith in whatever context makes sense for your youth and your program—whether it’s confirmation, youth group retreats, or even new member courses.
Make it easy for your leaders
Prepare your leaders with re:form’s leader guides, which make preparation easy, no matter their experience level.
How it works
Each re:form session follows a three-part sequence:
- Encounter – Gather your youth together to watch a hilarious animated video (we promise it’ll make them laugh!)
- Engage – Tap into their creativity for activities like doodling, constructing, and journaling that help them dig deeper into their faith
- Respond – Share thoughts and ideas about the session’s question
Scope and sequence
Four sessions focused on questions about Lutheran history, beliefs, and practices. Download the full scope and sequence.
Did Martin Luther really call the Pope the Anti-Christ?
How can Lutherans believe in “grace alone” if they also believe in “faith alone” and “Scripture alone”?
Do I have to memorize the Small Catechism to be Lutheran?
What’s a synod and why are there so many different ones?
Did the Methodist church really start because of some holier-than-thou teenagers?
What the heck is prevenient grace and do I have to learn geometry to be Methodist?
If a Methodist sings out of tune, does it mean they’re not perfect?
What actually happens when Methodists are on a mission?
Was the Reformed tradition really started by a control freak?
If God has already predestined me to heaven or hell, why does it matter what I do?
What’s so great about doing things decently andin order?
Are we reformed or reforming?
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