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Tell Me A Story

Author : Dennis Johnson
ISBN : 9780781408189
Genre : Religion
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Two-Thirds of the world don't read. How can the church reach them? Tell Me a Story is a profound call to the global church to use storytelling, or Orality, as a primary method for communicating Christ's gospel to the world. Dennis Johnson and Joe Musser outline compelling and practical strategies for reaching children and adults around the world whose primary way of learning is through hearing oral stories. You will be inspired and equipped to make Orality, or story telling, a part of your ministry in your neighborhood, in your local church, and around the world.

Building Bridges To Oral Cultures

Author : Carla Bowman
ISBN : 0878084959
Genre : Religion
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Millions hear the oral gospel.Building Bridges to Oral Cultures narrates with chronological and adventurous detail, an extraordinary journey that began for Jim and Carla Bowman in the early 80s with a passion to share the Good News with a handful of the least-reached, indigenous groups in Mexico. Over the course of thirty years, their travels led to breakthrough discoveries and innovation in remote communities of traditional oral learners around the world. With time and God¿s guiding hand, a new comprehensive, oral communications model emerged. Effective bridges to oral cultures were developed and tested. Without eradicating cultures, speakers of the local languages are embracing the local oral arts to communicate God¿s Word and are reaching the lost for Him across the globe.

Orality And Literacy

Author : Walter J. Ong
ISBN : 9781134461622
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This classic work explores the vast differences between oral and literate cultures offering a very clear account of the intellectual, literary and social effects of writing, print and electronic technology. In the course of his study, Walter J. Ong offers fascinating insights into oral genres across the globe and through time, and examines the rise of abstract philosophical and scientific thinking. He considers the impact of orality-literacy studies not only on literary criticism and theory but on our very understanding of what it is to be a human being, conscious of self and other. This is a book no reader, writer or speaker should be without.

Orality And Textuality In The Iranian World

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ISBN : 9789004291973
Genre : Religion
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The Orality and Textuality in the Iranian World provides important evidence of textual culture's intimate, extensive, and ongoing interaction with the realm of orality, mapping out new areas and foci of research in Iranian Studies.

Sowing Stories Deep In The Soul

Author : Joyce Elaine Gill Johnson
ISBN : 9781532616679
Genre : Religion
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Some adolescent women struggle to maintain positive self-identity, resilience, and personalized faith development on their journey toward adulthood. It is a contemporary crisis recognized by many, including ministry leaders of faith communities. In today’s fast-paced digital culture, concerns addressing challenges facing adolescent women are evident in research literature. To strengthen their spiritual well-being, emphasis is placed on spiritual formation practices that enhance faith, hope, and personal relationships amid social, peer, and media pressures pulling them into negative, detrimental, and dysfunctional lifestyles. Empirical research reveals a need to transform negative images and self-destruction utilizing stories of holistic well-being. Sowing Stories Deep in the Soul: Biblical Storytelling with Adolescent Women highlights biblical women touched by the holistic healing ministry of Jesus with deep soul-stirring experiences of God’s compassionate love. It meets the need as a spiritual formation ministry model focused on creativity, engaging study, internalized story learning, positive life connections, and performing biblical stories by heart. These expressive aspects form the ancient oral character of Bible stories internalized and voiced in repeated performances for compelling impact and action. Included are replicable results of action research using this model with adolescent women to encourage maintaining Christ-centered lives.

Worldview Based Storying

Author : Tom Steffen
ISBN : 0999280619
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This book is dedicated to the present global generation of Bible storytellers. It will challenge you to learn from the rich history of the Orality Movement, do your cultural homework related to the integration of symbol, story and ritual, and tell the greatest story ever told with cultural and pedagogical clarity so that individual, communal, and national transformation can result, creating generations of like-minded Bible storytellers.

Literacy And Orality

Author : David R. Olson
ISBN : 0521398509
Genre : Education
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A detailed examination of the relationship between orality and literacy includes the traditions upon which they are based and the functions which they serve as well as the psychological and linguistic processes that influence them.

Boundless

Author : Bryan Bishop
ISBN : 9781441227478
Genre : Religion
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In his many travels as a researcher for Youth With A Mission, Bryan Bishop discovered a startling phenomenon: hidden movements of Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists who are experiencing and following Jesus outside the boundaries of traditional Western Christianity. And they have plenty to teach Christians in the West who feel spiritually stagnant or disillusioned. Through colorful firsthand accounts, Bishop unveils fresh expressions of faith that can revitalize our own. Those who have left or are feeling the pull to leave the church, along with those who chafe against Christianity's European-American cultural box, will welcome this expansive view of what it looks like to follow Christ.

No Greater Joy

Author : Jerry Wiles
ISBN : 9781603744676
Genre : Religion
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Through personal illustrations from years of effective witnessing and solid biblical teaching, Jerry Wiles shows how you can see powerful results in the lives of others and… Recognize opportunities for sharing the gospel Ask questions to start spiritual conversations Know what not to say or ask Eliminate fears and other hurdles Demonstrate God’s power and love

Orality And Performance In Early French Romance

Author : Evelyn Birge Vitz
ISBN : 0859915387
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Discussion of the importance of oral and performance traditions in the history of early Frence romance.

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