TELLING A BIBLE STORY

 

 

PICK THE STORY OR SET OF STORIES FOR A REASON

            Tell the story the audience needs to hear – know the worldview of your audience.

            Use the bridges, or beliefs your audience has to connect with God’s Word.

            Realize that there are barriers or obstacles that keep someone from accepting God’s Word

 

          

HOW TO PREPARE AND TELL A STORY        

            Don’t just read the text, tell the story in a way that oral learners can hear the story well

            Be sensitive to vocabulary and bridges and barriers to the Word.

            Provide context.

            Don’t interrupt the story to interpret, just tell the story.

           Prepare and know the story well.
 

Want to know more? Want the references for the above statements?

Click on the lightbulb for more information.