This is the final entry in our ‘Jungle Drum’ series (for now). Belinda returned to Australia in mid March 2016 – earlier than planned – due to visa issues. Please pray that she will return to her field assignment in South East Asia in God’s perfect timing.CONTINUE READING →
People who read and write rarely give it a second thought, yet it is one of the most empowering skills for an individual, a family, a community, a nation. Find out a little more about why literacy matters to Anita from Cameroon, as told by Kathy with her permission. Click on the arrows to go to the next picture…CONTINUE READING →
Right now you are doing something that almost one billion people in the world today cannot do. You do it every day without thinking twice. But imagine not being able to read price tags, instructions on medications, a letter, email, or text message. Imagine not being able to read even a single verse of Scripture. Sadly, that is the reality for millions of people – many of them among the poorest and most marginalised on earth….CONTINUE READING →
For some of us who have never known what it is like not to have Scripture in our heart language, it is not always easy to imagine the full extent of its impact. . The Callisters who have served for over 35 years with their Misima colleagues (Papua New Guinea) recently described a workshop they attended together called Culture Meets Scripture.CONTINUE READING →
Bible Storytelling Seminar Darwin NT. Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians in three ways: evangelism, biblical knowledge and disciple making.
How can we go beyond the basics of Bible Storytelling? Christine Dillon, author of the popular book “Telling the Gospel through Story”, has stories and ideas to inspire and encourage you!
Bible Me2U Workshops NSW. Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians… Locations: Warialda, Greenacre, Bankstown.