Tag: once upon a story told

6th SUNDAY OF EASTER: JOHN 15:1-17

Hello Dear Ones. Well, I’m a little behind this month but finally my May blog is done. Life is a little crazy. Packing and preparing to move house will do that to you! I hope this month’s story is helpful. I loved digging deep…

EASTER DAY: John 20:1-18

John 20:1-18 New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) The Resurrection of Jesus 20 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb. 2 So she ran and…

3RD SUNDAY OF LENT: John 2:13-25

John 2:13-25 The Message (MSG) JESUS CLEANSES THE TEMPLE 13-14 When the Passover Feast, celebrated each spring by the Jews, was about to take place, Jesus travelled up to Jerusalem. He found the Temple teeming with people selling cattle and sheep and doves. The money-changers were…

EPIPHANY: Matthew 2:1-12

 

Once Upon A Story Told

A blog for big kids (adults) to inspire imagination through God’s story  for sharing, devotion and worship This little story blog is born out of two years of study in Biblical Storytelling and seventeen years of telling Biblical stories. I’ve had a passion for story, both written and told, for my whole life. This is a new step…

Contemplating Life

A place to think, process and learn

sarah tells stories

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

Virtual Methodist

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

The Painted Prayerbook

Artist and author Jan Richardson explores the intersections of word, image, and faith.

The Procrastinating Word Shaker

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

Once Upon A Story Told

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

Contemplating Life

A place to think, process and learn

sarah tells stories

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

Virtual Methodist

A blog for big kids to inspire imagination through God's story

The Painted Prayerbook

Artist and author Jan Richardson explores the intersections of word, image, and faith.