A good friend found this fun article in the latest issue of Fast Company. It’s titled, “
Obviously, I’m excited because of its implications for The Big Story. Isn’t this what we’re trying to do: to take something large and complex like the Kingdom of God, and make it accessible without oversimplifying? As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words…
I need to come up with a napkin-sketchable political science theory!
James — Wal-Mart should be paying you royalties :)
I just received an email update from the National Pastors Convention 2009 and I saw that you’ll be speaking? Congrats! Looking forward to it…
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A book I have been reading recently is the Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam (below). It is a systematic approach to answering who, what, when, where, how and how-much questions using basic patterns. So who is writing stories for our generation on the back of napkins? Lets keep pressing this forward…
Thanks for your thoughtfulness in this area of evangelism. I have often used and encouraged the use of the napkin; however, using the navigators’ “bridge diagram.” Your “big story” is a refreshing take on that idea. I appreciated you sharing it through YouTube.
For Dana – when you live in the Seattle area – you’re in coffee shop country and sitting around a table while the rain drizzles down outside makes for great opportunities to share stuff on a napkin. There is always an abundant supply at the local Starbucks! Try it!
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