Five Things Storytellers Wish You Knew

Ever wish you should read the minds of your storytellers to serve them better? Maybe you have even asked them before, but you don’t feel like you’ve received straight forward answers. If we want our storytellers to win on Sunday, we need to understand...
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Four Milestones for Developing Storytellers

Once upon a time, your storyteller schedule for the month was complete. You reached your personal milestones of having every slot filled AND every storyteller confirmed with a backup in place should something come up last minute. But then you sit back, put your feet...
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7 Reasons to Put More Introverts on Stage

Despite the recent buzz about the power of introverts, they aren’t the obvious choice when looking for a storyteller. Typical conversation I’ve had a lot recently: Leader: I’m having a hard time finding storytellers. There aren’t enough extroverts...
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The 3 Things that Guarantee Your Message CONNECTS with Your Audience

Every person in your audience has a personal narrative. Your life is basically a “Choose your own adventure book.” And while there are parts of our lives we didn’t choose, we did get to decide how we responded to life’s challenging moments that played a major role in...
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Editing on the Fly

You know that moment. You’re backstage waiting to go onstage when you look at the clock and realize that large group should have been done by now. Everything is running behind, and you haven’t even told the Bible story yet! We’ve all had that...
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