Ancient art of BibleTelling revived; Grace University hosting training seminar

For thousands of years, the stories of the Bible were passed from person to person through BibleTelling. Today, the art is being revived. On March 13, Grace University is hosting world-renowned storyteller John Walsh and his unique BibleTelling training seminar.

The training will take place in room 216 of the Stanford Building on Grace University’s campus at 1311 S. 9th St. The cost is $35 per person. Lunch will be provided.

Proceeds from the training will help diffuse costs for Grace University students traveling to Israel for an immersive BibleTelling course this summer.

For more information or to register, contact Dr. Mike Schmidt at 402-449-2848 or email mschmidt1096@graceu.edu, or Dr. Tara Rye at 402-850-5947 or email trye6805@graceu.edu.

Walsh is the president of BibleTelling, Christian Storytelling Network, and International Learning Solutions. He has delighted audiences across America as well as several other countries with his skill in telling stories. His stories are truly unforgettable. Walsh conducts BibleTelling training around the world, training pastors, teachers, and other Christian workers in the skill of learning, telling, and using Bible stories. Churches, seminars, and Bible colleges have used his book The Art of Storytelling (Moody Publishers) since 2003. His latest book is called “All the Stories of the Bible,” and is a free downloadable. His CD, Tales of the Journey, contains six embellished Bible stories for adults as well as children.

Grace University, located in Omaha, Neb., is a regionally accredited, private Christian university with more than 40 diverse areas of study for undergraduate, graduate and adult degree completion students including education, business, psychology, music, nursing and Christian ministries. The university’s mission is to develop servant leaders for the home, the church and the world through excellence in biblically integrated education.