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Tell Stories

Lay Speakers Tell Stories

A Leader's Guide for Dancing With Words  

by Ray Buckley
Clergy & Laity

Lay speakers will learn what makes a good story, discover their own style as a storyteller, study the techniques of effective storytelling, and practice creating stories from their own experience.

The Participant's Guide for this course is: Dancing With Words by Ray Buckley.

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-88177-408-5
Publisher: The Upper Room
Imprint: Discipleship Resources
Publication Date: 12/01/2003
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 11.0000 x 8.5000 x 0.0500

Ray Buckley is Director of the Native People's Communication Office for United Methodist Communications in Nashville, linking the leaders of various indigenous peoples within the denomination. He spent the early part of his life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Ray is fluent in the Tlingit and Lakota languages. Author and illustrator of several books, his The Give-Away: A Christmas Story in the Native American Tradition (Abingdon, 1999) was featured on the CBS Christmas Eve special produced by the National Council of Churches. He is the author of The Wing, God's Love Is Like, Christmas Moccasins, Dancing With Words, and Lay Speakers Tell Stories. An accomplished storyteller, Ray has taught and lectured widely on Native American studies.

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