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Story-sharing and Grief
How story-sharing can help your church community deal with grief and emotional stress as people face a time of extraordinary pain and loss in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more
What's Your Story? Church Toolkit
A toolkit to promote understanding, trust and reconciliation through personal storytelling for church and small groups. Includes a DVD with powerful examples of storytelling.Read more
What's Your Story? for Church Youth Groups
A resource for church youth leaders on promoting understanding and trust through personal storytelling.Read more
Beyond the River Resource for Church Youth Groups
This hard copy resource includes scenes from the Beyond the River movie along with lessons to encourage conversations and learning about the power of diversity.Read more
WYS Sermon Outlines - Part 2: Diversity, inclusion & reconciliation
This resource contains one standalone sermon outline on the topic of diversity and inclusion, and five session outlines on the topic of building bridges in the context of the church.Read more
WYS Sermon Outlines - Part 1: The power of stories
This resource contains four sermon outlines on the topic of story-sharing. They can be used as part of a church-wide rollout of What’s Your Story?Read more
Share your story with us
Do you have a story that everyone needs to hear? Are you, or do you know of someone who courageously lives out values such as forgiveness, compassion, acceptance, understanding or reconciliation? Do you know of ordinary people in South Africa working together in extraordinary ways?
Then we need to hear your story!
We’re looking for stories that:
- Help us to get to know and understand each other better.
- Challenge us to look beyond our differences.
- Inspire us about those who’ve overcome huge challenges.
- Remind us that we really are better together.