New Intergenerational Storytelling Event – Tell Your Story

Intergenerationals who want to tell/preserve their stories looking for the latest information on How to tell your story in various forms can register to attend Tell Me A Story – an intergenerational event scheduled for April 2, 2022.

Crossroads Nazarene. Church is sponsoring this year’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

When Laughter and Faith Hold Hands – Lynne Hartke – Based on her book, “Under the Desert Sky”, Lynne shares her story of finding God in life’s hardest places, including cancer.

Raising a Modern Day Knight -Sergio & Nicolai Oldenburg with Mark Fuller – What happens when a father deliberately spends years mentoring his son and drawing others into the process of being a man after God’s own heart?

Amalia Balch shares her story as a Lost Child of Greece. Adopted from Greece at the age of 5 she struggled to understand the web of deceit that surrounded her adoption- yet God found a way to give her faith and purpose..

Storytellers Panel – 3 published authors – Lynne Hardtke, Amalia Balch, and Jen Ketter share their process for capturing their stories and getting them published.

9 Steps to Telling Your Own Story(ies) – Bob Pike – This interactive session takes you through the 9 steps Bob, a speaker’s hall of fame member, uses to turn an incident into a compelling story.

Full details on the event can be found on the church website at

When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Crossroads Nazarene Church said:

This interactive conference has a subsidized registration fee of just $20. Yet will provide the resources people need to capture and tell their own stories so people can learn, celebrate, and remember.

The Crossroads Nazarene. Church website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at:

Crossroads Nazarene. Church
Crossroads Nazarene. Church

2550 West Ray Road

United States

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