Storytelling rides again. Watch the FULL episode here: http://www.immensepossibilities.org/ipr-podcasts/storytelling-rides-again/
Southern Oregon’s “The Hearth” and Portland’s “Back Fence”.
The newest rage in communication and entertainment is also the oldest. Storytelling events—flesh-and-blood storytellers spinning yarns to flesh-and-blood audiences actually sitting in the same room, with no technology beyond a simple microphone—are selling out in communities large and small. We find out why, and enjoy a good story or two.
As people tell the truth about what they've lived, we become inspired to act to live in a different way. - Mark Yaconelli, founder of The Hearth
As people tell the truth about what they've lived, we become inspired to act to live in a different way.
Learning through story
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