Orality Movement Part Three

We’re pleased to still have Trip Kimball with us in this second half of our interview with him. In the first part of this interview, we learned that a subset of the Orality movement is training nationals on the mission field to tell the story of the Bible. Trip and Jeff Jackson work through a few […]

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Orality Movement Part Two

A subset of the Orality movement is training nationals on the mission field to tell the story of the Bible. In this episode of Facilitating the Mission, veteran pastor and missionary Trip Kimball explains methods he used to train pastors and leaders on the mission field in the Philippines to tell and retell the stories […]

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Orality Movement Part One

Seventy percent of the planet is functionally illiterate. Faith comes through hearing… if we expect people top come to faith through reading only, we’ve just blocked 70% of the world from coming to Christ. Orality movement has motivated Bible translators to make audio versions in every known language. Lets get God’s word into audio form. […]

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Short Term Trips Part 3

One of the most important pieces of the short-term mission trip is connecting Christians in the country you’re visiting to short term trip team members from America. While evangelism, outreach and other ministry are important, the best way for disciples to grow on these trips is to create situations and circumstances where short-term missionaries bond […]

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Short-term Trips Part Two

Part two of our Short-term Trips series is the first half of a conversation about the stories and lessons that have come out of short-term mission trips Jeff and Bryon have been a part of. The greatest lessons we can learn come don’t come from a text book (although missions texts are full of great […]

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Short Term Trips

In this podcast, we have a no-nonsense discussion about short-term mission trips, trip goals, vetting mission trip participants, and the importance of supporting the goals of long-term missionaries on the field. If the trip purpose loses its focus and individual trip participants become the center of attention, the trip fails. One tool mentioned in this […]

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