Bible Storying

In our previous blog posts we have focused on various oral strategies. These strategies have been used to successfully reach many, previously unreached, people with the gospel. Now we will move on to how Bible Storying can tear down barriers to spreading the gospel and why it is so useful. Storying as a strategy often…

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Making of Disciples

Using Bible Storying in a sequential method means teaching the stories in a chronological manner beginning with Genesis and culminating with the Resurrection. You can read more about this in our last blog post. Below is another example of this method from Making Disciples of Oral Learners, published by the International Orality Network. The Togolese in Africa…

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Sequential Method

In our previous post, How to Reach an Unreached Culture, we highlighted a few facts about the need for oral strategies. The next fact is that Bible Storying can be used in a sequential method. This is teaching the stories in a chronological manner beginning with Genesis and culminating with the Resurrection. It enables the listeners to…

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The Wordless Bible

In recent years, various oral strategies have been successfully used around the world to reach previously unreached cultures. Mission agencies have been reevaluating how they approach regions where the majority of people are oral communicators and learners.   Below are a few facts about the need for oral strategies. There are over 7,300 known language groups…

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