Creative Ways to Tell a Bible Story: Techniques and tools for exploring the Bible with children and families

Creative Ways to Tell a Bible Story: Techniques and tools for exploring the Bible with children and families

Author : Martyn Payne
£8.99

New edition of a tried-and-tested resource for Bible storytellers

This resource offers a treasure trove of ideas for opening up a Bible story (the way in), telling the story (the way through) and exploring the meaning of the story (the way out), including suggestions for reflecting on how to apply the story to our lives today. Also included are over 30 key words and phrases providing ways in which connecting threads might be explored, and a suggested yearʼs programme using the Bible stories explored in the book. A chronological index makes it easy to find material for a particular childrenʼs session, special event, workshop or all-age church service.

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17 June 2022

Title Creative Ways to Tell a Bible Story: Techniques and tools for exploring the Bible with children and families
Author Martyn Payne
Description

This resource offers a treasure trove of ideas for opening up a Bible story (the way in), telling the story (the way through) and exploring the meaning of the story (the way out), including suggestions for reflecting on how to apply the story to our lives today. Also included are over 30 key words and phrases providing ways in which connecting threads might be explored, and a suggested yearʼs programme using the Bible stories explored in the book. A chronological index makes it easy to find material for a particular childrenʼs session, special event, workshop or all-age church service.

Details
  • Product code: 9781800390928
  • Published: 17 June 2022
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 176
  • Dimensions: 130mm wide and 198mm high

This resource offers a treasure trove of ideas for opening up a Bible story (the way in), telling the story (the way through) and exploring the meaning of the story (the way out), including suggestions for reflecting on how to apply the story to our lives today. Also included are over 30 key words and phrases providing ways in which connecting threads might be explored, and a suggested yearʼs programme using the Bible stories explored in the book. A chronological index makes it easy to find material for a particular childrenʼs session, special event, workshop or all-age church service.

Martyn Payne is BRF's Messy Church researcher. His role is to visit Messy Churches up and down the UK, listening to the stories of how Messy Church is developing, networking good practice and bringing encouragement. He has a background in Bible storytelling and leading all-age worship and is passionate about the blessing that comes when generations explore faith together. Martyn, who is a qualified teacher, has worked with BRF for over twelve years contributing to training and resources and leading Barnabas RE days; prior to this he worked with the Church Mission Society as its national children's work coordinator. His books include A-cross the World (2004), Footsteps to the Feast (2007), Where in the World? (2012), The Big Story (2011), Creative Ways to tell a Bible Story (2013) and The Barnabas Family Bible (2014).