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KIDStory Basic Workshop
November 16, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+5.5
Location: Ongole, India
Staff: Mike Collins
KIDStory Workshops are designed to make the learning process interactive, simple, transforming, and fun in all cultures. Throughout the training, participants learn to share the Gospel with children through dynamic storytelling – directly from the Bible. Through play, games, music, and drama, they learn to capture children’s minds and hearts with God’s truth and love. Relying on the Holy Spirit, participants understand the importance of listening rather than lecturing and practice modeling Jesus’ method of teaching through telling stories, interactive experiences, and meaningful discussions. The questions and interactions are not just for information, but for Holy Spirit transformation of the heart and mind. Due to its simplicity and interactive nature, we offer KIDStory Workshops in specialized areas related to trauma, play therapy, and how to be used for family devotions.
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