Leonard Sweet talks about how we need to communicate with the world today differently than we used to.
Princess Zulu shares her story, and challenges to ask the question, “How does my story intertwine with the story of AIDS?”
Sean Gladding gives us an immersive storytelling experience as he reads from Genesis. Sometimes we learn from hearing God’s story from someone else.
Scott, John, and Jarrett discuss the process of healing for those who are fatherless.
Wesley Hill talks about living in the tension of being attracted to men while being a Christian. What does it look like for us to live in the tension?
David explains the difference between being an expert and being an authority. Which should we be?
David McFadzean is the creator and executive producer of the show “Home Improvement.” He encourages us to tell our story. Our story is going to be told whether we tell it or not.
Gary Dorsey is the founder of the design firm, Pixel Peach. He compares art inside the church and art outside the church, and explores how we can do great art while being Christians.
Andrew Klavan talks about telling the truth in storytelling, as well as reading the truth. We have nothing to fear of reading the truth.
Richard Walter is a celebrated storytelling guru, movie industry expert, and longtime chairman of UCLA’s legendary graduate program in screenwriting. A screenwriter and published novelist, his latest book, Essentials of Screenwriting, is available in stores July 2010. His previous published works include the novels Escape from Film School and Barry and the Persuasions and screenwriting […]