Telling Our Faith Stories: A Congregational Model

            “I tend to get uncomfortable sharing about myself with strangers and was surprised with the comfort level I felt,” reflected one of my parishioners after our workshop. After surveying various methods and practices in storytelling, I concluded that Anne E. Streaty Wimberly’s practice of story-linking, both simple and adaptable, made the most sense for a faith storytelling workshop for my parishioners. In February 2020, twelve church members and I spent a day with the biblical story, the stories of others, and our own stories.  

Follow this LINK for the rest of the article published in Word and World: Theology for Christian Ministry, Winter 2022. I will keep it posted here until this journal issue is online.

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