Seminars and resources for learning how to present Biblical truths by telling Bible stories, written by former missionaries and active storytellers Jackson Day and his wife Doris. Bible teachers might be concerned they can't hold students' attention without pictures, flannel graph images, or appropriate props. This five page teacher training worksheet gives teachers keys to telling a story just as effectively without visuals as it can be told with visuals.
This 3-year Bible Study series was written by Kurt Rosenhagen and has been taught to the adults at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Nassau Bay, Texas (as well as various other churches around the world). Portuguese and/or Spanish Bible Storytelling Books Key Bible Stories Tips for Bible Storytelling Training Articles. Bible Studies / Devotions. Author - Doris Day. Bible Stories With Activities for adults/youth/children. Quickie Bible Stories With Questions for adults/youth/children. Bible Stories in Acts. Devotions. Resources.
This is a five book series that presents all the stories of the Bible, written in an easy to understand conversational style. Each story is presented in its simplest form and is accurate to Scripture. * The stories are accurate to Scripture * They are crafted so as . Bible for Adults, Volume I. Shortly after publishing these Old Testament stories, we were called to be missionaries in Mexico. (You can read the whole story on our About page on gracethrufaith.com.) From the very beginning, our ministry focused on showing that the BIBLE STORIES FOR ADULTS) (())).
Jack Kelley published over 9,000 Bible Study resources here from 1999, until the Lord called him home in the fall of 2015. His teachings made the Bible clear and easy to understand, and impacted millions of lives. He is the author of all the teachings here, and all materials are available free of charge! Oct 12, 2016 · October 12, 2016 By Brian Dembowczyk Bible Storytelling: Preparing to Tell the Story. Let’s talk about it up front and get it over with. If we want to tell Bible stories well—if we want to communicate the beauty and power of the gospel in engaging ways—it takes work.