Posted on Thursday, November 9, 2017
Westminster’s Office of Faith and Spirituality welcomes Tracy Radosevic, internationally-acclaimed storyteller and educator, to campus on Nov. 12 and Nov. 13 to guest speak at Vespers on Sunday night and lead bible study/speak at chapel the following day.
During Vespers at 7:00 pm in Wallace Memorial Chapel, Radosevic will draw on her biblical knowledge and storytelling abilities to help attendees answer the question, “How Does YOUR Garden Grow?”
On Monday, Radosevic will host “The Word Made Flesh: Enlivening Bible Study and Sharing,” from 8:00 am to 11:30 am in the Witherspoon Maple Room. Attendees will explore the basics of story internalization and proclamation and learn how to interpret and teach stories of faith. The cost is $10.00 per person, but if five or more people from the same church attend each person will only have to pay $8.00.
Following the bible study, Radosevic will move to Wallace Memorial Chapel and be the Chapel Speaker at 11:40 am. Her topic of discussion is “Preparing the Way.” Attendees who paid for the program are invited to lunch at 12:15 following the chapel service.
Radosevic is the Director of Christian Education at First Methodist Church in Cherryville, NC, and an adjunct professor at East Tennessee State University. She is a member of the National Storytelling Network and is now the Dean of the Academy for Biblical Storytellers.
Radosevic has traveled across the United States and to several foreign countries to speak to audiences about faith and the power of narrative. She has performed for schools, libraries and civic groups and uses a wide-range of story genres to convey her message to people of all ages.
The public is encouraged to attend the Office of Faith and Spirituality’s events and learn the power of biblical narrative from Radosevic, an acclaimed biblical scholar.
For more information, contact Diane Gabriel at email@example.com or 724-946-7117.
Written by Megan Simpson