Archives: storytelling

The Last Squabble from Falkland Islands

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Penguins and the Last Supper? I know penguins are supposed to be super-sweet. But they have a fighting streak. Not unlike people. The irony of church squabbles is never lost on me. They began with Cain and Able and continue right through this story from Luke 22, the last supper. See if the positioning of […]

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Who’s your Daddy?

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From a tree branch to a new family tree. Apparently a short story about a short man. But no, it’s not about a short man or a tree, it’s about how the short man moves into a new family tree…getting a new father, Abraham. Shot at Liberty Hall in Philadelphia.   Or on Vimeo:

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Cheer up, Church!

Comments Off on Cheer up, Church! | Read more The sheep of Lancashire, England, grazing on rolling hills, bleated at us to tell this story. We imposed on the Carter family and Robert graciously sent his dog Monty across the field to round-up several sheep for the storytelling. Between calls of “walk,” and “away,” Monty kept the sheep in line while I wrestled […]

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Resurrection Video- for Easter!

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Not Christmas. Everybody gets born. Not Good Friday. Everybody dies. It’s Easter! Easter was the first and only resurrection (so far). If you don’t know this story, you don’t know hope. If you don’t know this story, all you have to look forward to is the inside of a coffin. But there’s more than that! […]

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