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Important Note: We are currently working to update "language" information on each resource, which is why the list above might seam small. If you do not see a specific "language" you are looking for in the list above, try to search for it in the search box. Also, we currently tag resources by the language they were written in. Therefore, you might find a resource written in English for a Hindi speaking people group.

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Important Note: We are currently working to update "religion" information on each resource, which is why the list above might seam small. If you do not see a specific "religion" you are looking for in the list above, try to search for it in the search box.

  1. Knock, Knock - Understanding Orality

    Knock, Knock - Understanding Orality

    Thanks to the International Orality Network and IMB, this video gives great insight into oral learners and the importance of understanding how to communicate to them.

  2. Lausanne Global Conversation

    Lausanne Global Conversation

    The Lausanne Global Conversation wants to bring world evangelization issues and responses to the table. Their site is "one step towards bringing together the global church to engage with these important issues."

  3. Not the Gossip Game!

    Not the Gossip Game!

    IMB’s Grant Lovejoy has written the linked article that explains why orally sharing Bible stories is deliberately different from the ‘gossip’ party game. This article is just the start of an ongoing conversation. Join in!

  4. One Story - Antiguan Creole

    One Story - Antiguan Creole

    These OneStory story sets are a group of Bible stories developed primarily for those who learn and communicate through oral means and who often have little or no access to Scripture in their language.

  5. OneStory - English (Promised King)

    OneStory - English (Promised King)

    These OneStory story sets are a group of Bible stories developed primarily for those who learn and communicate through oral means and who often have little or no access to Scripture in their language.

  6. Online Bible Storying Training Course

    Online Bible Storying Training Course

    The Canadian National Baptist Convention has an online training resource that is working to train church leaders. Mark Snowden's Bible storying course is an eight-part series on "Bible Storying" – how to convey God's truth to all people.

  7. Oral Story Bible - Animated Explanation

    Oral Story Bible - Animated Explanation

    This video shows the process that StoryRunners uses to put oral Bible stories into different languages.

  8. Orality Around the World (DVD)

    Orality Around the World (DVD)

    The Orality around the World ION DVD brilliantly makes the case for using Bible stories to evangelize, disciple, plant churches and train leaders to reach the two-thirds of the world that can’t, don’t, or won’t read.

  9. Pat Ozment's Training for Rural Trainers

    Pat Ozment's Training for Rural Trainers

    Follow the Ozments, IMB Masters program missionaries, as they spend a weekend teaching believers in Northern Ghana who to share the Gospel. Pat uses a method known as Training for Rural Trainers to teach church members in a small village ...

  10. Prayer Request from OneStory Workers

    Prayer Request from OneStory Workers

    Missionaries Tara and Seng request prayer for their OneStory project among the Sokoto Fulani people.

  11. Radio Paakati: Vital resource for Suriname's Aukaners

    Radio Paakati: Vital resource for Suriname's Aukaners

    Charles Shirey broadcasts news, community information and hope to the Aukaner people of South America

  12. Reaching Oral Learners - e3 Partners

    Reaching Oral Learners - e3 Partners

    Steve Sims, e3 Partners Ministry Director of Oral Communication, describes the importance and beauty of simply communicating stories of the Bible in ways that people can understand throughout Ethiopia and the world.

  13. Response to Gospel Among Nafana of Cote d'lvoire

    Response to Gospel Among Nafana of Cote d'lvoire

    Through the ministry of missionaries Jerry and Carol Robertson, village chiefs and others among the Nafana of Cote d'Ivoire are giving their lives to Christ.

  14. Sabeel Media

    Sabeel Media

    Sabeel Media offers audio recordings of stories about biblical figures and selected psalms of David sung in the Iraqi style. The recordings are in development for several languages or dialects of the Middle East.

  15. Sounds Of Global Worship

    Sounds Of Global Worship

    HSI is an organization which supports using local, indigenous forms of song, dance, and other expressions for Christian worship. Many of these are oral art forms that could enrich ministry in an oral culture. This is a link to their yout ...

  16. Stories are the Key

    Stories are the Key

    A South African Deaf man comes to know Jesus through Bible stories. Now he works to faithfully craft stories and tell other Deaf about Jesus.

  17. Stories of the Prophets-Solomon

    Stories of the Prophets-Solomon

    This video clip, "The Wisdom of Solomon," comes from our friends at SabeelMedia.

  18. Story Runners

    Story Runners

    Story Runners is a ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ and has resources and story set examples that might help you in your ministry.

  19. Tell Me A Story

    Tell Me A Story

    Relationship is the key to reaching the people of West Africa with stories from God's Word. Susan and Amy, OneStory journeymen in Mali, live in a village so they can build personal relationships, learn the language, and record Bible stor ...

  20. Telling OneStory in Mali

    Telling OneStory in Mali

    Susan and Amy, journeymen in Mali, live in an African village because they know relationships are the key to crafting and recording stories from the heart of the Bible for an unreached people group.