Over at the new "Disciple Making in the Historic Church Blog" I posted this article that you might find helpful ... they aren't Bible Story Telling resources per se, but most people doing Bible storytelling are interested in the Good News "going viral". ...

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  1. Disciple Making in the Historic Church: My Top Resources for Disciplemaking in the Histori...
  2. P.R.A.Y. Psalm 73
  3. One Bible Many Versions Dave Brunn Video Review
  4. The Books of the Bible New Testament Review
  5. Story Thru the Bible: An Interactive Way to Connect with God's Word (Review)
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Disciple Making in the Historic Church: My Top Resources for Disciplemaking in the Histori...

Over at the new "Disciple Making in the Historic Church Blog" I posted this article that you might find helpful ... they aren't Bible Story Telling resources per se, but most people doing Bible storytelling are interested in the Good News "going viral". Many of these resources are about disciple making movements and/or church planting movements... "viral" spreading of the Gospel.

Check it out: Disciple Making in the Historic Church: My Top Resources for Disciplemaking in the Histori...:
    

P.R.A.Y. Psalm 73

It's not BIBLE STORYTELLING per se, but Bible Story Telling can be used with the method of P.R.A.Y.ing the Bible.

The goal is to APPLY and LIVE out the Bible whether that Bible portion is spoken aloud or read silently.

 
    

One Bible Many Versions Dave Brunn Video Review

Here's a review of One Bible Many Versions by Dave Brunn.
 
No pastor, seminarian, or Bible College student who is interested in Bible Translation is "current" unless they read this text! It's that good! Check it out at Amazon: http://amzn.to/YasPuK
    

The Books of the Bible New Testament Review

 


This is my video review on "The Books of the Bible: New Testament"... It's a great tool for jumpstarting your Bible reading - and most importantly - your "Bible Understanding".

Book: http://amzn.to/10dsZ1C

Written Review: http://www.worldviewchurch.org/equip/bibliotheca/19430-review-of-the-books-of-the-bible-new-testament
    

Story Thru the Bible: An Interactive Way to Connect with God's Word (Review)

Story Thru the Bible: An Interactive Way to Connect with God's Word (Navpress Devotional Readers) is a fairly short book designed as a handy guide to help people "story" through the Bible from "Creation to Christ", or, in this case to the Book of Acts!

Produced by "Walk Thru The Bible" and printed by NavPress, it has 52 chapters. Each chapter covers a major episode in scripture. It allows users to set up the story for the listeners, provide basic background, tell the story, and then lead a discussion and application of the story. A leader's summary section concludes the book.

This publication grew out of the work of the International Orality Network and the interest in Bible Storytelling not only worldwide but also for use in the United States as more people prefer to learn "orally" by listening than by reading.

This handy work will make Bible Storytelling accessible for many small group/Sunday School leaders who otherwise might not feel able to participate.

As the book suggests, the story telling format allows those unfamiliar with teaching a traditional Sunday School lesson to participate more easily in this form of communication.

It's well worth checking out as a resource for people wanting basic bible stories in one handy book.
    

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