Wednesday, April 21, 2010


by Amber

I first heard the term "Bibliodrama" in a EBT class with Sarah Henrich. It was the title of a book she had. I remember scribbling down the name of the author and immediately (yes, during class), going to amazon to see how much it was. Check it out if you have not yet read it. The idea of the book is to help church leaders discover ways to act out biblical texts so they are heard/seen/experienced/internalized for listeners and watchers. Today in chapel we had an opportunity to take part in a Bibliodrama from a text out of Nehemiah 8. Katie was a rock-star monologue memorizer, and Levi was a rock-star video taper. Thanks to all who participated!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Amber for acknowledging today's special approach to proclaiming the gospel. It helped show how Bibliodrama is a powerful way of preaching.
Thanks to all who led us today.

4/21/2010 10:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wondering who all the older women in chapel were. How fabulous for them to see the next generation of preachers from Luther Seminary!

4/24/2010 03:28:00 PM  

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