The Gospel Storyline

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We were created to tell stories. Humanity has told stories from the very beginning, and we use them as a conduit for cultural and moral knowledge. God showed us himself, and his mission on the earth, through stories. We know our Savior because of stories his first disciples told as the church grew. Most of all, the gospel of Jesus Christ …

Written Story Process: Overview

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Since the birth of the Story Team over five years ago, our skills and methods have changed, improved, and adapted. One of our highest values is treating each subject with dignity and respect. Through trial and error we have come to a rather rigorous, yet thorough, approach to publishing which honors this value. We publish written stories, usually somewhere between 600-800 words with …

Four Characteristics of a Great Storyteller

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There are certain characteristics that we look for in artists who want to serve on Story Team. We believe these four values help us to tell the most honest and compelling stories that we can tell. Creativity Our artists have to be creative. They have to be talented. We live in one of the most art-driven cities in the country, …

How Jesus Used Art to Save Me

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Art in this world is an intrinsically selfish pursuit. This is what we hear when we look at the leading minds in the arts and what we are told when we listen to lectures in college. You create for yourself, to become who you were always meant to be, to give this formless world meaning in the midst of absolute …

Behind the Story: Writing “Choosing Joy”

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“I grew up in a law enforcement household, and knew what it was like to have a lot of the same fears that Kimberly did—except hers became a reality.” Traci Barrera is a college football writer and a fantastic gospel storyteller. Traci has formed a strong creative partnership with Betsy Lackey, the photographer on this story. You can follow Traci’s blog at www.traceoffaith.com. …