Mrs. in Ministry meets on Thursday nights and we were notified in September that the four small groups in MIM would make a 10 minute presentation of how the Reformation played out in four European countries in the month of October. The four countries were Germany, England, Scotland, and Switzerland. Our group was assigned Switzerland. We decided to do "Reformation Jeopardy". And, oh my, it was fun. Here are some pictures of our presentation. I was Alexandria Trebek. Me likey a mustache. I told you I would look like a man if I didn't de-hair.
Liz, Trace, and Rebecca were the contestants. They were good.
You know I loved hamming it up as the hostess. It was super fun.
We had a little bit of trouble at the end, mostly because we were winging it. Well, mostly I had trouble with the end. But it was funny.
Rebecca Corley had the correct answer, or rather, the correct question to the Final Jeopardy answer.
What was the Final Jeopardy question? Though I can't remember verbatim, it was something like this:
This nickname was given to a woman who was famous for marrying and then being widowed by four famous reformers in 14 years.
Who was the Bride of the Reformation?
Say that three times fast.
To see the rest of the pictures, go here.