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Digital Storytellers: The Art of Communicating the Gospel (with DVD) Paperback – May 1, 2002
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Still used by many seminaries as a primary text on the use of image in worship, Digital Storytellers started as all the stuff I wanted to say in my first book, The Wired Church, but forgot to include. This is my comprehensive theology of image in worship-but since I wrote it when I was 30, it is missing a couple of things. It casts a wide net in identifying 7 characteristics of an emerging generation of church (Digital DNA) and outlining how to use images in worship to reach this new generation. These Digital DNA are perhaps more relevant today than when I wrote them: creativity, team, story, metaphor, ambiguity (mystery), participation.
About the Author
Len Wilson is the Creative and Communications Director at Peachtree Presbyterian, a large church in Atlanta. His core audience and calling is to creatives in (and out of) the church and those interested in the intersection of creativity and Christian faith. In service to this calling, he has written nine books; spoken at hundreds of conferences and seminars; pioneered an innovative brand of visual storytelling in worship; co-founded two worship media micropublishing houses; and for a brief period acquired leadership books at a major religious publisher. He has written nine books including Taking Flight (Abingdon Press, 2009) and The Wired Church 2.0 (Abingdon Press, 2008). He blogs at lenwilson.us.