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  1. Chronological Bible Storying to Tribal and Nomadic Peoples

    Chronological Bible Storying to Tribal and Nomadic Peoples

    International Journal of Frontier Missions (IJFM) featured this article by J.O. Terry about Chronological Bible Storying to Tribal and Nomadic Peoples in 1997.

  2. Lunaba Radio Drama

    Lunaba Radio Drama

    Christians have created radio dramas to help the Lunaba people grasp the relevance of the Bible to their lives. Recognizing that the Lunaba people use traditional stories to teach morals and to solve problems, the developers of the radio ...

  3. Should I Bring in Other Passages?

    Should I Bring in Other Passages?

    As I read your reports, I realized that many of you struggled with this question: “Should I refer to other passages of Scripture to answer questions that I cannot answer from within the story that I’ve just told?” You wanted to be faithful ...

  4. Storying Diary of Experiences in a West African Village

    Storying Diary of Experiences in a West African Village

    My husband and I, International Mission Board representatives, live in a remote village in a country in West Africa. This village is considered the religious center of our Muslim people group. We asked permission of the village chiefs t ...

  5. Storying in Malawi

    Storying in Malawi

    I was approached by three representatives from Makaula Village in 1992. They told of a situation involving African Traditional Religion. The spirit of the grandmother of one of the men was unhappy...

  6. Storying the Gospel in Diaradugu

    Storying the Gospel in Diaradugu

    December 21, 1990-We approached our first storying session with a bit of trepidation and fervent prayer. We had spent two months in preparing the way by asking our friends to pray specifically for this project...

  7. The Bisorio Experience

    The Bisorio Experience

    One of the early success stories to circulate among New Tribes Mission Bible storyers was the Bisorio, Papua New Guinea story. From this came a model book of 40 evangelistic lessons using simple drama to illustrate the stories...