As we prepare for the holiday season, this free workshop will give you lots of practical tips and suggestions for using story within families. We’ll talk specifically how to use story sharing as a connecting practice within families that suffer divisiveness and disconnection.
In this free ninety-minute workshop Mark Yaconelli will offer reflections and exercises to help you access the power of story to strengthen individual healing and cultivate resilience.
This free workshop for teachers, faith leaders, and facilitators of all kinds will teach you a number of techniques for using storytelling within groups to cultivate empathy, connection, healing, and inspiration.
Telling our story in community has the potential to bridge divides, cultivate trust, and inspire action by inviting those gathered to better understand what others have lived, suffered, and overcome. In this three-and-a-half day immersive workshop, The Hearth will teach you how to utilize the transformational power of stories within your organization or community.
In Leo Lionni’s children’s book Frederick a family of mice prepare for winter. The mice work all summer to store seeds and nuts and straw while Frederick stares out at the meadow feeling the sunlight, taking in the colors. The mice family enters their hovel as snow begins to fall. Deep [...]