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Training - Storytelling: 9. The seven steps of preparation to tell a story

You can use the following exercise to teach other children’s workers how they can prepare themselves to tell a new Bible story using the following seven steps. If you follow the seven steps you will experience the story first hand and you'll discover that the re-telling of the Bible story will be quite easy.

Telling Bible stories to children is an important way to introduce them to the teachings of the Christian faith and the values it promotes. It helps children understand the important lessons and develop a strong spiritual foundation that can guide them throughout their lives. Additionally, Bible stories can also help children understand the historical context and cultural background of the stories.

In our next exercise we will show you how you can help other children's workers to find the right teaching points in a Bible story.

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