The Hearth’s Certificate in Community Storytelling
Home Bound Oregon
A podcast about one town in Oregon seeking to stay connected in a disconnected time. Featuring stories, songs, and conversations to help us remember what matters most. Hosted by Mark Yaconelli. Sponsored by The Hearth. Funded in part by the Jackson County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust, together investing in Oregon’s arts, heritage, and humanities. Additional support from The Ford Family Foundation.
About The Hearth
Founded by Mark Yaconelli on Valentine’s Day 2010, The Hearth is a new model of community building based on personal storytelling, reflective listening, and community service. The Hearth develops community gatherings in which people explore, craft, and share stories from what they have lived. The Hearth’s mission is to strengthen relationships through sharing personal stories to inspire compassionate action.
A practical, transformative, immersive program to deepen skills in the art of community storytelling.
SPECIAL MESSAGE: We are excited to announce that registration for the next cohort of the Certificate training is now open! The five-month program begins on November 8th, 2020. Please click the button below to learn more details about this exciting program.