How Orality Helps Develop Leaders

How Orality Helps Develop Leaders

Last month I had the wonderful opportunity to train 27 believers as prayer-walkers. Now, I’m sure that most of the group were highly literate. However, they were to be trainers when they went back home.

It was important to size up the people present and the long-range purpose of the event. Several of the women took notes. However, the majority did not and not one of the men took notes. Few had brought a Bible. Now, since each participant was committed to going back to their churches and training others, I had to be as reproducible as possible.

 

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