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Author: Sarah Arthur

Sarah Arthur is a fun-loving speaker and the author of numerous devotionals and other resources on the intersection of faith and great stories. A graduate of Wheaton College and Duke University Divinity School, Sarah has spoken at such events as the Princeton Forums on Youth Ministry and National Youth Workers Convention on the role of stories and imagination in spiritual formation, based on her Upper Room book ""The God-Hungry Imagination: The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry."" A full-time and volunteer youth worker in the United Methodist Church for over fifteen years, her first book was the best-selling youth devotional, ""Walking with Frodo: A Devotional Journey through The Lord of the Rings,"" followed by the award-winning ""Walking with Bilbo: A Devotional Adventure through The Hobbit"" (both with Tyndale House Publishers). She lives in Lansing, Michigan, with her busy toddler, Micah John, and her husband, Tom, pastor of Sycamore Creek United Methodist Church. Sarah blogs at www.saraharthur.com.

The God-Hungry Imagination

The God-Hungry Imagination

The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry

Format: Print Book

What kind of story is your church telling? Ministry experts describe our culture as having "lost its story." Through neglect or rejection, the next generation seems unplugged from the church's core beliefs. For the most part, young people simply do ...

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The God-Hungry Imagination

The God-Hungry Imagination

The Art of Storytelling for Postmodern Youth Ministry

Format: EPub

What kind of story is your church telling? Ministry experts describe our culture as having "lost its story." Through neglect or rejection, the next generation seems unplugged from the church's core beliefs. For the most part, young people simply do ...

Learn More...

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