Does your Sunday school class or Bible study lack luster? Do you wonder how to engage your children in bedtime devotions? Are you tired of teaching in a redundant format? For centuries people have passed on their heritage and history thru oral story telling. In Story Thru the Bible, you will learn an easy hands-on approach to oral teaching that engages the listener while sharing a Biblical worldview. The step-by-step guide uses 52 Bible stories that are adaptable to any culture or age group.
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Review 1 for Story Thru the Bible
Date:May 23, 2012
Location:Harlingen , Texas
This book was very helpfull. I was looking for good information on how to "Story the Bible" and it really helped me understand the concept and implement the technique.
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This review is fromStory Thru the Bible: An Interactive Way to Connect with God's Word - eBook.
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Date:February 9, 2012
Being from the KJB only crowd, I had spent years fighting against anything that wasn't the pure Word of God as set forth in the KJB. What I have seen though is that this isn't getting results. I am still a KJB only person for myself, but if we are going to do the will of our God and Savior, we must be willing to listen to Him and not our own agenda.
God has given us a children's ministry that has had great results in numbers, but not in changing results. I had been trying to find ways to get the children excited about God's Word, but was struggling. Then a friend of mine turned me on to `Truth that Sticks`. This was exactly what I was looking for, as it pointed out the problems I had been seeing in the church as a whole. I needed to know more about how to tell the story. So I bought this book and WOW, it is amazing.
What you have to keep in mind when using this book is that it isn't really meant to be used to stand up and read word for word from the book. You need to know your audience and use from the Biblical account what will work for your audience. But you never change the biblical account, or you are not proclaiming the word.