Making Disciples of Oral Learners
Organizations making God’s Word available to oral learners in culturally appropriate ways that enable church planting movements everywhere.
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Added by Cheryl Fornelli
The ION Conference is coming up September 16-19, 2013
YOU ARE INVITED
2013 International Orality Network
Hilton in Chesterfield, MO
The 2013 Conference info - Mark your calendars for Sept
16-19th - We will begin on MONDAY, Sept 16th (dinner) & end THURSDAY, Sept
19th (breakfast at your hotel) Thursday has been designated as a travel/departure day.
Don't delay your registration...
Location in the St. Louis area is:
Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center
16625 Swingley Ridge Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Discounted rates for housing will be made through the ION Registration Website.
More information and registration option can be found at:
This could be the unspoken thought of many Nigerians,
An aged woman from Cham people group (Dijim-Bwilim) of Gombe State, Nigeria, shared with me her experience
Posted by yakubu, iliya dachung on April 29, 2013 at 8:34am
Just mentioning this book from IVP.
Telling the Gospel Through Story http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3794
The accompanying website can be found at www.storyingthescriptures.com
The website has - video stories in English/Chinese;
-links/resources to other…Continue
Posted by Christine Dillon on January 25, 2013 at 5:46pm
I work with the East Apurímac Quechua group of Southern Peru. I'm an SIM missionary. We made an orality resource in Quechua, but it had so little writing that I thought we'd put it in Spanish as well so that other countries/people groups can use it. It should be helpful for anyone working in the Spanish speaking world.
It's an evangelistic 12 story set from the 4 gospels. It just has pictures (drawn here in Peru) to help oral learners learn the stories. It…Continue
Posted by Brendan Connally on August 9, 2012 at 6:09pm
Started recording stories in Sadrivasi today - Tea Tribe Dialect - keep us in prayer as floods have kept us busy too - but those in training still want to train...
Started by Desmond Soh. Last reply by Stephen M Young II Sep 19, 2012.
Started by Brian L Bednasek. Last reply by Galen Miller Jun 26, 2012.