Storytellers

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From the earliest moments of our lives, we hear, read and tell stories. Stories are a form of communication and education. They are new every day and continue as long as people are alive. They are universal. In fact, Scripture tells the one, most powerful, most important story of all time!

Stories are meant to be shared and they are powerful tools for connecting with and loving others.  Because the disciples and Christ-followers throughout time have shared their stories, you and I know about Jesus and how He gives us a hope beyond ourselves. As believers, we are commanded to tell those same stories and “be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

Several years ago, a young woman attended an event at a church she had never been to before. As people were arriving and finding their seats, one of the hosts from the church went over to the woman and introduced herself. When the young woman responded by telling her name, the host said, “So tell me your story.” Immediately, the young woman became a storyteller and it was such a welcoming moment.

You have a story and we invite you to become a storyteller!

How can you do that?

It’s very simple. You can tell your story by answering 5 Questions on our website. We’ll use those answers and your photo in a future blog post to help people meet, connect and walk with Dawson Women everywhere!

 

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