Tell Stories with Steve Bourque
Throughout this series, Pastor Steve shares specific insights to help you hone and craft your storytelling skills. Each insight begins with an illustration, followed by a description and inspiration, and concludes with an example or action point.
There will be 12 videos, one released each month throughout 2022. You can work through them in any order, on your own or with your team.
There are 2 options for sharing these videos with your team:
1) EASY OPTION: Download and share on your platform or include in your own videos. (No public posting, please!)
2) FAST OPTION: Just send out a direct Vimeo link in your next e-mail! (All Access Members only!)
All Access Members can watch or download for FREE on Kidology.org, or you can purchase the videos for use in your ministry from the Kidology Store. (See links below each episode.)
In this video, you’ll learn about the value of leaving elements out as you tell your stories.
Clearly your voice is important for telling stories, but have you explored all the ways to use it better? Dive in with this Tell Stories clip.
Props are an invaluable tool of a children’s storyteller. They help concrete learners grasp concepts.
In this video, you’ll come away with a strategic plan to better express the emotions in your story.
Stories come to life with intentional details. Increase your detail effectiveness using this video.
Grasping a basic understanding of the flow and purpose of the parts of a story will keep your words heading in a meaningful direction. Refresh your awareness with this clip.
Stories create an image in the mind. Explore this concept to heighten your creative storytelling skills.
In this video, you'll uncover a simple technique that will keep your audience curious as you tell stories that point kids to Jesus.
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