This Is Where You Come In

Last week I kept my appointment with Mr Roosevlet Papaloute, the president of the Belize Council of Churches. It was an interesting conversation. One part of it really stuck out for me.

After we had talked about the Council of Churches, I was talking about trying to discover if there was a place for Friends in Belize and what that might look like.  He asked me if I had a questionaire.  I do not, but after some reflection, I think it is a really good idea. If I had a set of questions to guide my conversation it would help the conversation along and also help me stay organized.

This is where you come in.  What questions would you put on the questionnaire? If you were interviewing a person in Belize city, what questions might you ask to find out if there is a place for Friends in Belize (and, if so, what it might look like)?  I have some questions in mind, but I’m not going to share them yet, because I do not want to influence your response.  Please phrase your questions as though you were interviewing a Belizean.

I hope you can enjoy responding. I am going to post this to facebook. You may make your suggestions by commenting on this blog or by commenting on facebook.

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