Being (Faith) Story-Tellers
Why do we tell stories? We tell stories because we’re made in the image of God, who chose stories as the way to share his great love for us. And we tell stories because there is no better way to convey deep truth, deep pain, and deep love. But even though we know the power of story, we often struggle to tell our own faith stories to each other. That’s a sad thing, because when we don’t share our stories, we deprive ourselves and others of the blessing of telling and hearing about God’s faithfulness in our everyday lives.
— Faith Storytelling Tool Kit, Faith Formation Ministries
March 18 — Becoming a (Faith) Story-Telling Church and Why it’s Important
April 22 — Learning to Craft Our Faith Stories
May 6 — Learning to Tell Our Faith Stories
May 20 — Listening to Other’s Faith Stories
Each evening — we will open with singing together, have a lesson, time of prayer, and close with the Doxology. Our 2nd, 3rd, and 4th weeks will also include a learning exercise to help us put (Faith) Story-Telling into practice.
I hope you’ll join us in these opportunities for learning, exercise, and continuing growth toward being ever-better at building up one another in faith and bringing the Good News of the Gospel by being good (Faith) Story-Tellers.