Creating this course took a lot of work and is based out of a lifetime of research. I wanted to briefly take a moment to thank the people who helped make it happen and share some of the influential sources.
- Thank you to my wife, Morgan, who has helped make my story more interesting and fun every day. Thank you also for helping me film this project and giving me countless weird hours in the day to complete the work.
- Thanks to my parents for raising my to love the Bible and stories. Thanks also for your help reviewing the course and making it better.
- Thanks to my beta readers who helped ensure this course was a smoother experience for everyone
Further Resources: It’s hard to define exactly how or where, but the following resources had some influence on my thinking over the years when it comes to the Bible and storytelling. Check them out if you want to go deeper (some affiliate links).
- If you’re looking to go much deeper and learn about the story of the Bible, then I highly recommend the Bible Project. They have a fascinating podcast and also create short, animated videos that provide an excellent overview of the stories of the Bible and how they point to Jesus.
- If you want to learn more about story structure, then I recommend Story by Robert McKee. It focuses on the craft of writing screenplays for movies and had a lot of great info on good storytelling.
- If you want a book that combines good storytelling with christian living, then I recommend A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller.
- The Jesus Storybook Bible, by Sally Lloyd-Jones, is an awesome resource for teaching your children the story of the Bible. In fact, it’s even an awesome resource for adults! It breaks the stories down and demonstrates how everything points to Jesus in a powerful way.
Finally, I want to thank you for deciding to take this course and complete it! I hope and pray that it has helped you grow in your faith and given you a greater appreciation for God’s Word. Please consider leaving a review or you can contact us with any direct feedback you may have.