Making it PERSONAL Twitter: @faithandwonder #storyonfire Facebook: www.facebook.com/faithandwonder It has come to my attention that even if you “like” the Faith and Wonder Facebook page, it will not necessarily come up in your newsfeed. If you are interested in actually seeing the FB posts, please click on the “Like” button and choose “Get Notifications” and/or “Add to interests”. Hopefully that will get you more connected. Interacting with the posts should also be helpful. Thanks so much!
No GUTS, no glory! Check out the Network of Biblical Storytellers and come to the Festival Gathering in August!
Once more, with feeling!
Don’t forget to share what you’re discovering! #storyonfire
Keep it UP! Tomorrow we’ll take a day off for the holiday–a great chance to catch up if you’ve started late! Please be sure to comment on Facebook or Twitter…your participation in the discussion will deepen everyone’s experience. What are you finding? What is most exciting to you about the prospect of storytelling? Do you have any concerns? I am always glad to provide support along the way! Map It The way I read the story, the narrator is…
Enjoy! And remember to share what you notice on Facebook and Twitter #storyonfire !!!
the CHALLENGE Over the next two weeks, Faith and Wonder will offer a step-by-step tutorial series on learning Acts 2 for Pentecost. The best way to keep up will be via Facebook or Twitter! On Twitter, @FaithandWonder and use the hashtag #storyonfire to share your thoughts along the way. Normally two weeks is not enough time to let a text deepen in the way that it deserves, but for the sake of practice we’ll give it a try. Whether your goal is…