Find a recognized religious leader or teacher in your own community to interview. You may interview someone over the phone or by email. Write it up in two parts: a summary of the conversation (not a verbatim or word-for-word account), in two to three pages, and a reflection on the interview in another two to three pages. Please note also the consent form that must be completed by your interview participant (I will provide consent form). The interview can be about any religion. This has to be written in perfect English. If the person being interview does not speak English, then you would have to translate it.
Ask enough questions. Some questions may include the following: What is the essential message of your tradition for people today? If the group serves an immigrant community, and particularly if the interviewee is a recent immigrant, you may ask: What is the difference between the way your community practises its religion here and in your country of origin? What is easier/more difficult for your community here as compared to your country of origin? Do young people stay involved in your tradition? Is there any tension between the generations on particular issues?
Try to end with forward-looking questions: What do you see as the future of your community? What gives you the most hope/discourages you the most as you look ahead? Is there anything I haven’t asked about that you would like to tell me about? (Usually by this time the discussion is flowing easily.)
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