Watch and Wonder Elizabeth Adkisson tells the Pentecost story (Acts 2:1-21) You can also listen to the Pentecost narrative on Story Divine (though nobody tells it like Elizabeth). What follows are story learning and telling prompts meant for all ages. Wonder Word Pentecost: The word “pentecost” comes from a Greek word which means “fifty.” Pentecost is the fiftieth day–its tradition began in Judaism as a celebration of the fiftieth day after Passover. For Christians, it is the fiftieth day after…
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,…
StoryDivine.com is experiencing technical difficulties–so enjoy this week’s podcast here! http://traffic.libsyn.com/storydivine/Episode_15_John_15.mp3 Easter 5B Casey FitzGerald tells John 15:1-11 Find the video story (along with storytelling ideas for all ages) from Acts 8:26-40 at Faith and Wonder (or just scroll down!) Come to the Festival Gathering of the Network of Biblical Storytellers this August! Find Jason Chesnut of The Slate Project HERE Tracy Radosevic, Storyteller, Dean of the Academy for Biblical Storytelling
WATCH and WONDER Acts 8:26-40 as told by Casey FitzGerald A shorter TALE This is a longer story. You might want to start out with a smaller chunk of it to learn (especially any younger storytellers out there). Consider learning only this section: As they were going along the road, they came to some water; and the eunuch said, “Look! Water! What would keep me from being baptized?” He commanded the chariot to stop, and both of them, Philip…
The Story of Pentecost as told by Elizabeth Adkisson I love Elizabeth’s telling of this story–her gestures and expressions are AMAZING! And…congratulations to all those who participated in the #storyonfire story learning experience. This is just the beginning of what I hope to do with Faith and Wonder! I would LOVE to hear what stories/topics YOU would like covered!
The End is HERE! Congratulations! You did it! Let me know how it went in comments or on Facebook or Twitter (@faithandwonder) #storyonfire .
Starting and Finishing
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