The Art of Storytelling: Easy Steps to Presenting an Unforgettable Story

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Moody Publishers, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 224 pages
Whether speaking in front of a small gathering or a large congregation, public speaking strikes fear into the heart of the bravest person. Plagued by stuttering and resultant school problems, John Walsh still found himself called to be a preacher. He has written The Art of Storytelling to encourage and teach anyone with a fear of public speaking how to speak successfully, confidently, and compellingly. This book is especially relevant for anyone preparing any form of weekly Bible teaching.

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User Review  - staciew30 - LibraryThing

Full of very useful information to help writers wrtite out their stories. I love the book and find it very interesting. Recommend to anyone who is writing anything. Also talks about God and how he helps without him it doesnt get done. Read full review

Good for storytellers and anybody who talks!

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What an interesting book! Helpful for people eager to perfect their storytelling skills, beneficial for public speakers, and missionaries. And even useful for just a regular person like me and you ... Read full review

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JOHN WALSHJohn Walsh is an author, speaker, and professional storyteller. He is founder of the Christian Storytelling Network, which networks Christian storytellers nationwide. He is founder and president of BibleTelling, an organization dedicated to teaching people how to learn and tell Bible stories and use them in all phases of ministry. John travels around the world, speaking at conventions and conducting trainings for missionaries, pastors, teachers, and Christian workers. He conducts BibleTelling seminars in Israel, telling 110 Bible stories at the 45 sites where they happened.He produces a weekly video podcast "BibleTelling - Story-of-the-Week." It is available on With this, John tells the weekly Bible story and gives its background with added insights.John and his wife Jan reside in Bloomington, Illinois. They have four grown children and fourteen grandchildren.

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