bible storying

Making Stories Stick

Remember when we talked about asking head, heart, and hands questions after telling your Bible or mission story to children?

Asking Good Questions

A well-told story should be followed up with good questions. Jesus not only told stories but was masterful at asking questions before, during, and after His stories. Questions help children package what they have heard and make personal application.

Bible Storytelling Basics

Storytelling is a vital part of your weekly GA, RA, and CA meetings as you teach children important lessons from the Bible and share amazing stories from people serving on the missions field. It's important to brush up on your storytelling skills from time to time. Let us help you!

Why Use Stories?

God has shaped people for stories—even adults. If asked to name a favorite childhood story, most people will quickly respond. What is it about stories that make us remember them? They engage our imaginations. They're fun.

The Importance and Impact of Stories

“Tell me a story!” my niece said as she settled in the bed. Even after reading books to her, she wanted me to tell her “a made up story.” In this age of technology, there’s still something powerful about hearing stories first hand from a real person.

Telling the Story with Bible Storying

Bible Storying

I love the old hymn, “Tell me the Story of Jesus, write on my heart every word. Tell me the story of Jesus. Sweetest that ever was heard.” As believers, telling others the sweet stories of God’s word is so important.

Are you looking for new ways to tell the sweet story of Jesus?

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