Making Disciples of Oral Learners
Organizations making God’s Word available to oral learners in culturally appropriate ways that enable church planting movements everywhere.
At a missions conference, I was introduced to a local believer. During our chatting, she told me, “I like Chinese food. In fact, I have been eating frequently at a Chinese restaurant for ten years.”
“You’ve eaten at the same Chinese restaurant for ten years?” I asked with curiosity.
“Have you ever shared the gospel with the Chinese workers there?” I inquired further.
After thinking for a moment, she confessed, “I have never thought about…Continue
Posted by Vanan Paul Trinh on November 19, 2014 at 9:26pm
I am new to the International Orality Network and am excited about all that I am learning as I read the material on the website. God led me out of the pastorate and into radio. We have a radio program heard around the world called Stories of the Master. This is a retelling of the life of Christ in story format. I have brought in cultural and historical details which modern people/westerners often miss. I have gleaned these insights from scholars such as Dr. Gary Burge (Wheaton) and Dr.…Continue
Posted by Jonathan Williams on May 21, 2014 at 9:54am
Well we finished Genesis and here are some of the comments:
We should really believe like Abraham what an incredible man! And Jacob too! But it is soo hard to do that. I want to but it is hard. - You know when you have a good friend you want to do everything for them and please them. Right? - Yes. Well it is kind of like this creator God - Abraham got to know him and learned he could tell him anything even with Lot and Sodom and Gommorah right? - Yes - So maybe it is just normal that you…
Posted by pauline e nichols on September 5, 2013 at 2:15pm
Well friends I've been running around keeping my trainees involved with storytelling among the immigrant communities in east county San Diego. SO far they are doing well and it is being received well. Pray for us on Fridays.
Also getting ready with a new bunch of folk to N India. They will be continuing to help me mentor new story groups in Assam as well as support and encourage existing groups in mentorship. More and more we are seeing the relevance of story bridging the understanding…
Posted by pauline e nichols on June 20, 2013 at 12:38am
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