Processing the case study: Walking Away
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Processing and reflecting on case studies like this one can help
students develop critical thinking and decision-making skills.
Use these questions to process by yourself or in a group
"Walking Away, the case study in which seminary student Dereck
tries to evangelize his supervisor at his part-time job.
- What positive things happened?
- What negative things happened?
- Have you been in a situation like this one? In the position of either Derek or his
- Did Dereck miss some important cues? If so, which ones and how might have he responded
differently if he had caught those cues?
- Are there any signs in Roger of an openness to the gospel?
- Assume you are Dereck's friend. What would you advise him to do now?
- Assume for a moment that you are Roger. Why did you walk away at the end without
responding? What are you thinking now?
- Suppose you are Dereck and that you could turn the clock back, what are somet things you
would do differently?
- Would you suggest a different way for Dereck to open the conversation in the
Wesley's self-examination questions
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