The Power and Practice of Personal Storytelling: A Public Workshop in Seattle

Some people thing we’re made of flesh and blood and bones. Scientists say we’re made of atoms. But I think we’re made of stories. When we die, that’s what people remember, the stories of our lives and the stories that we told.–Ruth Stotter

Join the SPU School of Theology, Office of University Ministries, and Pivot NW in a morning training in personal storytelling with Mark Yaconelli.

This morning training will be an exploration of personal storytelling in ministry. Through presentation, contemplative exercises, theological reflection, and a variety of narrative practices, participants will encounter the power of personal storytelling for spiritual formation, outreach, social justice, and other ministries. The workshop will give participants practical skills for telling stories, creating narrative events, and assisting others in “giving testimony” to the work of the Spirit in their lives.

-Coffee and light pastries will be served.
-Child care can be provided upon request by February 1st to martinjimenez@spu.edu or leave a message at 206-281-2654
-Proceeds from the event will be used to support storytelling events for local churches.
-Parking will be free on streets or on lots as there is space. Passes will be emailed out to ticketholders the week of the event.

REGISTER HERE.