Those who know me well know I’m a content marketer by day, discipleship blogger by night.
In my day job, I’ve become obsessed with the concept of graphic facilitation — which is basically bringing an event, meeting or narrative to life through word and picture illustrations. (Think infographic on steroids and you’re halfway there.)
I love working with clients to bring experiences to life visually — it’s eye candy for the visual learner and soul food for kinesthetic (i.e. learning by doing) learners like me. And I’ve stumbled upon a group called The Bible Project that loves to bring the Biblical experience to life in this way.
I’m dying to share this with everyone I know.
(No, they don’t pay me to share. I just think this work is incredible.)
Here’s a taste of a video series I just finished: The Torah Series: Setting up the Bible.
These short (5 mins or less) videos take you through the first five books of the Bible, explaining themes and structures by connecting the stories visually.
In short: If you’ve ever attempted Leviticus and come away with a headache, you’ll SO appreciate these digestible little snippets.
P.S. The Bible project offers all these video downloads plus helpful learning aids for free — because they’re awesome like that. They’re a nonprofit — so please throw a couple bucks their way and share these awesome resources with your friends!