Becoming a Master

Who knew I could do this? Certainly not me!

Hello Dear Storytellers – yes you’re all storytellers.

I’m so sorry I’ve been absent.
I’ve been doing “life” stuff like packing up after 11 years in one place and moving to a different city.
And now I am emerging from the boxes and mess, missing the old, expectant for the new and a little more life scruffy than before.

But before I start exploring what my new place and space will look like for me, I have come to the Festival Gathering of the Network of Biblical Storytellers, (Int’l) to graduate.

From what?
I have spent two years as a student of the Academy for Biblical Storytelling which is part of the Network of Biblical Storytellers, Int’l and yesterday I graduated as a Master Biblical Storyteller.

I never imagined I could do something like this, but after lots of hard work, periods of time when I thought my brain would never recover from being mushy and many, many tears and drama, I’ve done it.

This is the culmination of 18 years of being a biblical storyteller.

But this is just the beginning…

 

4 Comments on “Becoming a Master

  1. I knew you could do it. I’m so proud of you and your achievement. My prayer is that God will abundantly bless you and use you in powerful ways through your gifted and talented story telling. . Love yoor heart for ministry.

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