© 2013 Kim Lyle from Peerministry.org presented the entire weekend on WHEAT and Prayer Stations.

Peer Ministry Confirmation Retreat @ Camp Voyageur

Katelyn and Kim attended a Peer Ministry Retreat at Camp Voyageur as part of Katelyn’s confirmation class. 30 grade 7 & 8 students attended the retreat to learn how to “W H E A T” someone as well as worship and fellowship. What does “W H E A T” someone really mean? WHEAT is used when meeting someone for the first time. It helps to prevent the awkward pauses in conversation until you get to know someone a bit more. WHEAT stands for where, hobbies, events, acquaintances, and travel.

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