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Who Tells God’s Story?

Who Tells God’s Story?

Watch and Wonder The Woman at the Well John 4: 5-42   Do Tell! In this story, Jesus sees this woman, this foreign woman, this woman he has NO BUSINESS being with (“Jews and Samaritans do not share things in common!”)–he sees her and reflects back to her the story of her life. In turn, in being seen, she begins to see Jesus for who he is– she sees the story of God unfolding before her. “Could this really be the Messiah?”…

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Conference Resources!

Conference Resources!

I had the great privilege of attending and providing leadership for two conferences over the last two weeks: the Festival Gathering of the Network of Biblical Storytellers and the Go Disciple Live conference on discipleship and evangelism. You can read more about my talk at the GDL conference here. I used a few resources over those days, and as promised, I am sharing them here. VIDEOS   other RESOURCES “To God, before whom I fall” was written and read by the amazing…

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What does it take to SEE Jesus? (John 20:19-31)

What does it take to SEE Jesus? (John 20:19-31)

A previous post–updated! Each year on the second Sunday of Easter we encounter the story of Thomas. This year the story seems especially important. Will we let fear and doubt be our primary narratives, or will we learn to tell a different story? WATCH and WONDER John 20:19-31 as told by Casey FitzGerald BREAK IT down A great way to start remembering the story as an adult and to help children get the basics is to break it down to the…

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Holy Week Roundup!

Holy Week Roundup!

Palm Sunday Matthew 21:1-11 As told by the Rev. Jeff Krehbiel For more Palm Sunday story learning/discussion ideas check the original post HERE. You can also catch the Story Divine podcast from Palm Sunday last year: http://traffic.libsyn.com/storydivine/Episode_10_Donkey_Sharing.mp3 Holy Week with Story Divine Hear the story of Holy Week as told by Casey FitzGerald on Story Divine. (This is a collection from last year–Casey is currently on maternity leave.) Episode 11.1 Memory Reboot http://traffic.libsyn.com/storydivine/Episode_11.1_Memory_Recovery_Holy_Week.mp3   Episode 11.2 Not I, Lord! http://traffic.libsyn.com/storydivine/Episode_11.2_Holy_Week.mp3…

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The story of the EPIPHANY

The story of the EPIPHANY

Revisiting the Epiphany Story Before you begin with the story-watching/learning process, check out this beautiful song by Richard Bruxvoort Colligan, musician, Psalm scholar and liturgical theologian! His gift to us this Epiphany. You can see/hear more of Richard’s work at Worldmaking Publishing and Psalm Immersion –or hear his wonderful weekly segment on the Pulpit Fiction Podcast!   WATCH AND WONDER Matthew 2:1-12 As told by Elizabeth Adkisson   WONDER WORDS HOMAGE–What does it mean to “pay homage”? To pay homage is…

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What do you want from me?

What do you want from me?

Watch and consider the story of Bartimaeus! Thanks to Burke Presbyterian Church for helping me create this video! Also check out the Story Divine podcast to hear this story and more!

Don’t you even care?!?!

Don’t you even care?!?!

Learning Mark 4 BY HEART Today we’ll use three steps to work toward learning Mark 4:35-41 by heart. These three steps can be done by almost every age. If you have non-readers, have them repeat the story out-loud after you when reading is required. Step 1: Read-Aloud Click on the text from Mark to see a PDF version of the story formatted for storytelling. Read aloud, walking around (if able). Do this three times. (For those wanting to, you may use the…

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Choosing David

Choosing David

Watch and Wonder Heather West tells the story of David’s anointing from 1 Samuel 16.   More to come on this post…stay tuned!

Kids Tell The Nicodemus Story!

Kids Tell The Nicodemus Story!

Here is the video we filmed a few years ago! If you are interested in a family liturgy around this story–please visit Practicing Families!  

Learn the Pentecost Story by Heart with #StoryonFire

Learn the Pentecost Story by Heart with #StoryonFire

The #StoryonFire Challenge Join others in learning the Pentecost story by heart! The #storyonfire series offers a step-by-step tutorial for learning Acts 2 for Pentecost. The best way to keep up will be via Facebook or Twitter. Follow @FaithandWonder on Twitter and use the hashtag #storyonfire to share your thoughts along the way. Sessions are short (1-5 minutes) and you can certainly choose to do more than one in a day. Whether your goal is to tell the story at home, to a friend,…

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