Four Principles for Writing a Personal Story

Taking time to craft a personal story is as important as the time you put into preparing the Bible story. Here are four principles to keep in mind as you write and rehearse the personal story you will use to connect God’s truth to kids’ lives.

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Five Questions for Storytellers to Connect with the Bible Story

Ever have a storyteller who has great storytelling skills, yet can’t seem to connect with the audience?   This happens on the TV show, The Voice. A singer can execute a technically perfect performance and have zero judges turn around for them. The judges often...
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Oh! The Stories You’ll Tell! Dr. Seuss and Three Storytelling Tips

Dr. Seuss was a master storyteller. Children’s ministry storytellers can learn hundreds of lessons from Dr. Seuss. But that would take hours, and might make you flee! So I’ll make myself brief, and give you the top three:   “So the writer who breeds more words...
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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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