“Telling Our Stories”

Corey Brunson and Micah Forstein

Every day, each of us generates more data through our emails, purchases, internet browsing, and FitBits than our ancestors generated in a lifetime. What is missing from all this information, however, is our stories. A century from now, a great grandchild may know you spent $200 on dinner in April 2022, but she won’t know what the occasion was or who was there. In 2050, your nephew can see you drove from California to Missouri in 2020, but he won’t learn anything about the death you went there to witness. Even in the here and now, writing down and sharing our stories helps make sense of our experiences and, often, creates meaning. Join worship associates Corey Brunson and Micah Forstein as they explore the value and importance of storytelling.