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…
Learn the story of the transfiguration, or simply watch the video and do the “Ways to Wonder” exercises near the end of the post. And be sure to check out Story Divine to hear more stories from the lectionary, along with personal storytelling prompts! WATCH and WONDER Matthew 17:1-9 The Story of the Transfiguration as told by MaryAnn McKibben Dana The transfiguration story is a strange one indeed. Many people have wondered what to make of this story. Storytelling the transfiguration…
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
What do you think?
It’s about TIME
Find an ending that works… Spin the Wheel! Spin the wheel (just click the image above) and read the final part of the story according to the indicated feeling. (Repeat!)
Know Where You’re Going Congratulations…you’re half way there!
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