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Digital Orality: New Signs of Spiritual Opportunities

Orality-based methods and strategies are the most effective ways people have learned and communicated from the beginning of time.  Digital Orality is about combining modern technological resources with the most ancient forms...

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Transformed Lives

Earlier this year, Charlotte and another member of our staff were introduced to a family from the Middle East through a mutual friend. They were invited to visit the mother and her adult daughter in their home.  

Gospel Spreads Among Truck Drivers in West Africa

In West Africa, truck driving is a dangerous and stressful job. Drivers face job insecurity, the threat of being robbed, extortion from corrupt policemen, and cultural and linguistic barriers as they cross through borders taking...

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How to Prepare Your First Bible Story

Bible storytelling is a skill that most of us are not born with. It’s hard the first time but will get easier the more stories you learn. Here is the basic process.

Listening to the Gospel in North Korea

TWR broadcasts the truth of the gospel over radio waves into some of the most closed countries in the world--including North Korea. Occasionally, our staff in South Korea receives letters from from listeners in the North thanking TWR for m...

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The Importance of Asking the Right Questions

“Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning." “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” Unfortunately, many people lose that curiosity and thirst for knowledge as they grow older. 

We fit together well!

Everyone was listening to it, and they kept saying, “Wow! God’s word is in our language! And it’s easy to understand!”’ Yan, a Muniyo man passionate about reaching his people with the gospel, recounted excitedly as he exchanged news with Seth.

How Should Missionaries Help Create Indigenous Worship Music?

Let’s face it: we humans like neat categories. We prefer classifications that are easy to grasp. Take music, for example. We classify music into genres, which are perceived as static and “pure” despite the fact that ...

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Youssef is searching for truth online

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Learning from our brothers in the East

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Japan Programs Combat Disasters

Haruka* slumped into her living room chair, he...

Rescued into Love

The day I walked through the door, I didn’t know what to exp...

Overcoming Tunnel Vision: Expanding Our Horizons

In 1965, in Japan my learning...

Isolated Together

Millions of children are now in self isolation in their home...

Lessons from the Original Jesus Movement

Consider how the Gospel spread throug...

Finding Shelter in the Shadow of His wings

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    Have you ever wanted to learn how to share oral Bible stories in ministry and evangelism? The StoryRunners Orlando School of Storying is a two-part intensive workshop. Part one, the Story Telling Workshop, is focused on learning and using oral stories in personal ministry and...

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    September 21 @ 9:00 am - October 2 @ 1:30 pm CEST at WEC International Germany

    Orality is not merely about communicating verbally instead of writing, but it is about thinking patterns, what kind of information seems relevant and interesting, how is information remembered and how is it passed on to others. 70% of the world population are oral learners, either...

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    October 12 @ 9:00 am - October 16 @ 5:00 pm CDT at e3 Partners Ministry

    During one of the fastest periods of expansion the Church has ever experienced it was oral communication, not written, that fueled the movement. Today, over 75% of the world consists of oral learners, individuals who absorb information through drama, song, and storytelling. Many unreached people...

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