Our God is a God of Story. Jesus talked mainly in parables to the crowds. As a matter of fact in Matthew 13:34 it says, “Jesus spoke all these thing in parables to the crowds; he did not speak to them without a parable.” Wow! Think about that! Jesus didn’t preach to the crowds, he told them stories. Today these parables would probably be a Skit, Drama, Play, Movie or video on the internet!
Telling stories is one of the most effective ways to share truth. Jesus told stories of everyday things to share the truth of God. He rarely if ever even mentioned God in His stories – He simply shared the truths of life in everyday events so that Gods truth could be revealed. He knew that those who had ears to hear, would hear.
You can learn how to share stories of truth! Classes offered world-wide through the University of the Nations College of Arts and Sports offer ways you can learn the principles and skills and gain the abilities to share the truths of God through everyday stories. You can learn how to touch people and change lives. The Nations are being Discipled everyday through Arts & Entertainment, and you can learn how to be a part of insuring that they are Discipled with the truths of God.
Steiger Reports Successful 'SLOT' Festival in Poland
Saturday, 07 August 2010 02:41
In the 1980's a YWAM evangelist named David Pierce began setting his sights on the punk rockers in Amsterdam. A band called "No Longer Music" was formed and a ministry called "Steiger" (www.steiger.org) which spread it's wings, leaving the YWAM nest to form an international music and arts network reaching secular young people.
College of Arts & Sports July/August News Update
Wednesday, 28 July 2010 05:45
In this update we’d like to feature a little-known treasure in our university arsenal…
The “School of Event Management” is a relatively new YWAM school that prepares you to champion the arts in significant ways. The SEM was pioneered by Julie Spence (Dean of the College of Arts & Sports) in 2003 at the YWAM Kona base in Hawaii. Since then it has been run two more times and is multiplying. Currently the SEM is being pioneered at the Lausanne, Switzerland base, and next year (January 2011) it will be launched at the Harpenden, UK base.