Storytelling Fun-raisers

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   Welcome to  Our New Storytelling and Book Fundraising Fun Projects

Every story or book you purchase from this page helps us to buy food and other necessities for our girls during this Corona Pandemic. And, to be ready with tuition when schools reopen. Enjoy the stories while making a difference in the lives of people you've never met, but united with in spirit. ​​                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                       

INTRODUCTION: This introduction will help you to know the background of the stories.
                        But feel free to skip it and go straight to the stories if you are in a hurry.

                        Introduced by Sr. Stella Sabina with background music by Larry Gindhart , Song
                          leader: Megan Dillon

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IntroductionSr. Stella Sabina
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Story 1

Black and white on Mirror Image Island

This story is about our human struggle to co-exist. If we eliminate pride, prejudice, greed, and everything we have created to divide us, we can complement each other and live happily on earth, for we are mirror images of each other. Introduced by Sr. Stella Sabina, narrated by Leanna Bent Khabir with soft background drum rhythms by Gordon Mendenhall.             

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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Story 2

Friendship Between the Crocodile and the Monkey
This story is about friendship and forgiveness. The Crocodile and the Monkey's relationship represent our human relationships and how sometimes we hurt each other knowingly
or unknowingly,
forgiveness and forgiving are the hinges on which friendship rotates. Narrated by Sr. Stella Sabina, Joshua Bach and Maria Bach, with soft background drum rhythms by Gordon Mendenhall   

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Friendship Between the Crocodile and theArtist Name
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Story 3

Nsangi

This story is about courage. With courage the impossible becomes possible. It is one of the most told stories of the Baganda of Uganda. I have upgraded it to modern times so that anyone anywhere could grasp the message. Narrated by Sr. Stella Sabina, Joshua Bach and Maria Back, with soft background drum rhythms by Larry Gindhart.                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                        

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Story 4

The Hare and the Leopard of Bulo

This story is about thinking fast and acting fast to be safe in challenging or dangerous situations.
Introduced by Sr. Stella Sabina and narrated by Leanna Bent Khabir, with soft background drum rhythms by Gordon Mendenhall.         
                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                        

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Find more stories in my new book: "Mama the Storyteller: A companion for Storytellers" It is now available for purchase from http://www.lulu.com please search by name and ISBN

Sr. Stella Sabina

ISBN

978-1-716-56253-2

Lulu.com

International edition

Out of a "Dark and Narrow Tunnel" (pocket Book)

By Sr. Stella Sabina

Out of a "Dark and Narrow Tunnel" tells the first part of my life story in my own words. I wanted to share it and encourage those who might face similar experiences to never give up. In child labor abuse, the narrow survivals during the wars in my country since
I was born, and the confusion of life in every direction I looked, I learned that you can conquer every hardship with courage and hope. What does not kill you, strengthens you. As you read my story, I invite you to reflect on your own story too and appreciate all the steppingstones and blessings that have enabled you to get where you are now.   Click to order:  Out of a "Dark and Narrow Tunnel" - Lulu

                        Finding the Invisible Road Paperback (pocket Book)

                                                    by Sr. Stella Sabina

Finding the Invisible Road is a fictionalized story from many of my friends' true stories and experiences including mine. It is amalgamated into one awareness story. I have created two main characters, Winnie and Jennifer: from them the story develops to include their friends from various parts of the world whose unconditional love embraces the human race; irrespective of color, language, culture, gender, status religion or status. With all the friends they made along the way, Winnie and Jennifer devoted their lives to uniting people and finding ways to: alleviate suffering, poverty, fighting injustice, illiteracy and disease starting in their home town and extending to refugee camps and slums in Africa. They found the invisible road through educating, empowering, encouraging and embracing all people.

                                                       

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"We Are the People" is a coloring book by Sr. Stella. It is a fundraiser to provide school lunches for SITEAW girls. The message in this book is for all ages. Free shipping.

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We Are the People - Lulu

 

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