Unlocking the Power of Narratives

Stories have the incredible ability to captivate, inspire, and connect people. In today's world, effective storytelling is a valuable skill in various contexts, from business to personal life. Whether you're pastoring a congregation, serving in ministry, or leading in the public square, this workshop will equip you to engage others with stories that matter.

An innovative and creative journey designed to inspire storytelling skills and unlock the power of narratives, Unlocking the Power of Narratives is a workshop that fosters imagination, communication, and the art of storytelling through a combination of expert guidance and hands-on practice to help you become a more skilled and confident storyteller.

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By joining this workshop, you will:

  •  Uncover the widespread impact of storytelling across diverse life domains.
  •  Recognize stories as a collective map of shared communal memories.
  •  Delve into fundamental skills for public storytelling, refining them to become a captivating orator.
  •  Unlock your creative potential and explore innovative ways to craft engaging stories.
  •  Develop the art of effective communication, connecting with your audience on a deeper level.
  •  Use storytelling as a tool for connection, empathy, and inspiration, whether in your personal life or professional endeavors.

How it Works

  When:June 18, 2024

  Duration:1-3 P.M. EST

  Format:Virtual Synchronous



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Michael D. Morgan

Michael Dean Morgan is an American stage actor and director originally from Waukesha, WI who has gone on to perform as Actor, Singer, and Puppeteer all over the country. Michael received his MFA in Acting at the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at the University of California at Irvine. He is a certified Knight-Thompson Speechwork instructor who was mentored by Dudley Knight and Phil Thompson.

Michael is currently a Professor at The University of Miami Department of Theatre Arts BFA musical theatre program and has previously been a professor and researcher at both Rowan University’s Department of Theatre and Dance and at the Princeton Theological Seminary. He is a regular guest artist and lecturer in Acting, Voice, Speech, Dialects, comedic styles, and on-camera.

Price: $129.00