In part two of our focus on Talking Bibles, Paul continues telling fascinating stories of people taking the gospel to places in India and East Africa where American missionaries don’t have access. He also discusses how gathering data reshapes strategy and future goals. The impact this technology is having on the power of the gospel to change […]

Continue reading

This is the first part of an interview with Paul Hoekstra of Talking Bibles. Paul was born on the mission field and has given his life to making the Word of God available to non-readers. He is a facsinating story teller. You won’t want to miss a minute of this interview.

Continue reading

Orality Movement Part Five

In this podcast we wrap up an interview with missionary to Mexico, Angelina Velasco. She has been a spectacularly engaging and wise guest. This episode will prove to be a tremendously eye-opening resource for missionaries preparing to go to the field. Here are a few more of the resources Angelina shared with us: Navigators personal […]

Continue reading

Orality Part Four

We have missionary Angelina Velasco as a guest for this and our next podcast about the Orality Method of teaching God’s Word on the mission field. Angelina opens telling us about the trials and tribulations of her first year on the mission field. The challenges that come with learning one’s way around doing min istry in a […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading