Creating a culture of story-sharing

There are many individuals, ministries and churches who’ve encountered What’s Your Story? through a training course, Bridge process, small-group session or sermon series. You may have found the process very meaningful, but are left wondering, where to from here?

While it’s good to have a once-off experience of story-sharing, if you really want to “do church” more relationally or communally, we suggest that you entrench story-sharing in your lifestyle and church culture. You can do this by running What's Your Story? annually using different resource modules, or after new members have joined a ministry. Or, through regular events, key milestones and significant moments in the life of your church. This resource offers ideas for how to create a story-sharing culture in your church.

  • File size: 4.712 MB
  • Format: pdf
  • Length: 12 pages
  • Language: English
  • Publisher Name: Heartlines
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