The ICE network exists to encourage and equip Christ-followers in every culture to express their faith through their own heart music and other arts. We facilitate online networking and provide resources for the development of culturally appropriate Christian worship, utilizing insights from ethnomusicology, missiology, worship studies and the arts.
A Scripture-based, narrative approach for grassroots church planters, this DVD provides a brief overview of how members of traditional oral cultures learn and communicate information. This resource introduces strategies that complement traditional communication methods such as storytelling, drama, music, recitation, and oratory. You will observe scripture storytellers and church planting teams in action and walk briefly through 10 bridges of communication to oral cultures that are taught in the BRIDGES training workshops. [more...]
Talking Bibles produces single-voice audio recordings of translated Scriptures and makes them available in Talking Bible audio players for people around the world who cannot read.
The Talking Bible contains a complete audio New Testament or whole Bible in a sealed unit that has the appearance of a regular Bible. Instead of turning printed pages to read, the non-reader presses a button to hear.
Mission Frontiers is published bi-monthly by the U.S. Center for World Mission and is dedicated to fostering a global movement to establish an indigenous, and self-reproducing church planting movement amongst all of the 10,000 unreached peoples (ethnic groups) of the world as soon as possible. [more...]
Making Disciples of Oral Learners Audiobook is a 2-hour, 2-disc set that will play in any CD player. This professionally produced audio book is read by radio announcer Earl Schlabach, along with Lebo Pooe, the voice of Trans World Radio-Africa. Hear experts in Orality in their own voices and narratives read by an international cast of voice actors.
Produced by StoryRunners on behalf of the International Orality Network. Disc 2 contains special features that are accessible with a computer.
StoryRunners, a mission of Campus Crusade for Christ, uses the power of spoken Bible stories to convey the transforming truth of the gospel to people for whom stories are a foundational part of their lives. This innovative storying approach employs people’s heart language and learning style providing them with an oral set of the Scriptures — in the same way Jesus did when he walked the earth (Matthew 13:34).
"The use of vernacular Scripture translations is integral to our strategies for training and witnessing."
Evangelism Explosion is a ministry that trains people how to share their faith in Christ and how to bring people from unbelief to belief. Memorising key verses from the Bible is an important part of the training. The course is available in an increasing number of languages around the world and seeks to make use of local language Scriptures. [more...]