Tellings, Workshops and Retreats

Biblical Storytelling Presentations

Prairie Wind Guild: Tellers of Sacred Stories - click for a schedule of tellings Network of Biblical storytellers International logo

A storytelling event is a sacred event that binds tellers and listeners together in community. Invite Beth Galbreath for a special program of biblical storytelling!


For pulpit supply, for worship, for a special banquet program, or for a spiritual retreat - hear the great stories of the Bible as they were originally experienced. Programs are designed for your needs, and your audience.


Contact her (below) to reserve your special date for a presentation, created especially for your audience.


       - Northern Illinois United Methodist Annual Conference, June 2009


"Beth INHABITED that text, breathed life into the familiar words and shared good news with all of us."
        - online comment, 2010


"You brought the Bible alive."  - everywhere, every time




OK, you've caught the bug - you want to start a Scripture by Heart team in your church, but you're not confident about teaching a workshop yourself. Beth can help!


She'll design a single three to six-hour workshop teaching the art of biblical storytelling to your own folks. She'll help you plan for your follow-up meetings and monthly planning meetings. Or, she'll design a workshop around your own format.

Beth Galbreath telling Mark's Passion

Spiritual Retreats


For a day or a weekend, a spiritual retreat exploring the connections between biblical story and our lives can be a powerful event. Rev. Galbreath will work with you to select stories for performance and meditation that connect with where your people are now.


Or, for an even more powerful retreat, make it a weekend retreat-workshop where participants learn the art of biblical storytelling as well as dig into the meaning of one story for their lives.

"This process is so amazing to me. The stories take up residence in me in a new way and crop up at surprising times in my life. I become aware of new connections between passages and nuances that I had never noticed or considered in any previous encounters with the passage. This is such a gift for me." -- Rebecca Potter, 2012


Rev. Beth Galbreath         815-303-2822      Galbreath Digital Culture Ministries