I took a course in seminary a while back on narrative preaching. Recently I have joined a small Baptist church and have the opportunity to preach on Sun PM once a month. I plan to preach Sun PM on John 2, where Jesus turns the water into wine. I want to put some of the preaching "strategies" from narrative preaching into practice. If you're familiar with the bell curve, or the "fishhook" as it applies to narratives, see if you think I am on the right track with my structure. I see the protagonist in the story as Jesus, and the antagonist (though this applies only loosely in this instance) as the disciples. The action of the story rises to a climax when the master of ceremonies tastes the wine and proclaims "you have saved the best for last." The resolution has the disciples "beleiving in Jesus." Any thoughts on this structure?