Stories Come Alive
A story can make you laugh, cry, think, dream, or just delight you with silly fun! Gayle Haas engages audiences with her ability to make ‘stories come alive’ as she depicts various historical and fictional characters. Her use of costumes, object lessons, and creative crafts all serve as tools to entertain and instruct both children and adults.
Be inspired during “A Visit with Corrie”, as Gayle portrays Corrie ten Boom, a Dutch Holocaust survivor who helped Jews escape the Nazis during World War II.
Enjoy a chat with Grannie Carter and experience her country charm as she shares the importance of family, friends, community and the Word of God.
Gayle involves her listeners by using group activities and creative crafts to teach valuable life lessons.
For recent news concerning Gayle Haas, Corrie Ten Boom, or Grannie Carter click HERE
Wife, mother, grandmother, prayer warrior, teacher, dramatist/storyteller, Gayle Haas is a nurturer who embraces the Biblical values of life and family. She takes great pleasure in developing and performing the dramatic monologues of various characters.
Corrie Ten Boom
Corrie ten Boom was born on April 15, 1892, in Haarlem, Holland. The youngest of four children, she grew up in a home rich in love. Her mother's three sisters shared the humble Ten Boom home that also housed the family business, a watch shop. Like her grandfather and father, Corrie was a watchmaker. In fact, she was the first licensed woman watchmaker in all of Holland.
Growing up ‘down home’ in southern Illinois, Gram was the seventh in a line of nine children. At age 9, she assumed household and mothering responsibilities for her two younger siblings after their mother’s passing. Her zest for life and constant determination to improve her circumstances carried her through many of life’s trials.