Discover Oral Bible Storytelling and Translation
Many cultures around the world are primarily oral communicators; they prefer to learn and share information in ways other than reading and writing. That’s why oral Bible storytelling and oral Bible translation are so powerful. People can learn and share the gospel in ways that are natural to them.
Amos Dagun, a lead oral Bible storytelling trainer in Papua New Guinea says, “Oral Bible storytelling had a big impact and it changed my life. … As I started learning the stories in the Old Testament and New Testament, they showed me who I am. I became a Christian and drew closer to God. I realized that God loved me and that I was his child and in his clan. Now I love him so much and I will never leave him.”
Learn more about oral Bible storytelling and oral Bible translation from Sam and Deb Smucker, team leaders in Papua New Guinea. Over the last 10 years, their oral Bible team has engaged with nearly 40 languages. Sam and Deb have served with Wycliffe for over 21 years and are eager to reach the next 100 languages still waiting for Scripture.When: On Demand
Explore Wycliffe Live is a free, one-hour online event designed for you to hear from Wycliffe missionaries serving around the world. You’ll get to hear about a variety of topics ranging from Bible translation to internship opportunities to trauma healing and so much more! We hope you’ll join the conversation!
(Note: You can view previously recorded events at our Explore Wycliffe Live homepage.)