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Here's What's New for the Week of June 21, 2009!
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We're constantly working to update the links in our Bibles in Your Language site. We now can help you find Bibles in over 300 languages! Some of the newest languages we've added include:
|* Bari (Sudan)
* Kazakh (Kazakhstan)
* Kosraean (Micronesia)
|* Kuanua (Papua New Guinea)
* Lahu (China)
* Lango (Sudan)
|* Urak Lawoi' (Thailand)
* Zande (Dem. Republic of the Congo)
* Zulu (South Africa)
Week of May 3, 2009
The Gospel in Africa
Christianity is a vital force in Africa. These books share the voices and experiences of the African church.
Week of March 22, 2009
Christian ESL Materials
Looking for Bible-based ESL materials? These excellent books will help you teach your students the basics of English and the basics of the faith at the same time.
The books include teaching resources such as word lists at the end of each chapter, fill-in-the-blank exercises for students, answers to questions with additional scripture references, and tips for teaching ESL.
Our ESL Ideas Page has many more resources and links to help you teach English.
Week of February 1, 2009
New Missionary Tale
||Growing Up Yanomam'o: |
Missionary Adventures in the Amazon Rainforest
by Mike Dawson
Grace Acres Press (2009)
What better way to interest your family and church in missions than with a true-life story of growing up in a stone-age culture?
This exciting new book is just being released, and sounds like a real gem, relating what it was like to grow up with the animals, nature and people of a South American jungle community. The author is part of the Dawson family, which has made a three-generation family commitment to share the Good News with this Venezuelan tribe.
Week of January 18, 2009
As we were updating our links for Japanese Bibles this week, we were pleased to find these Christian classics available in Japanese:
Looking for a Children's Bible in Japanese? This fully illustrated, bilingual Bible has 95 classic Bible stories for children and beginning readers in Japanese and English.
If you know Japanese kids who resonate with the Manga style of adventure comic books, here's a Manga-style Bible that they will enjoy:
This is the first book on the history of Japanese theology written by Japanese theologians.
Week of January 4, 2009
|Another source for tracts in many languages is EvanTell.org.
||Their May I Ask You a Question? tract presents the Bad News/Good News format (similar to the 4 Laws) for sharing the gospel.
The tract comes in four side-by-side versions (German/English, Kiswahili/English, Lugandan/English, and Spanish/English) and in many single language translations:
|Another EvanTel tract, The Youth Wristband uses a time-tested 5-color concept (similar to the one used by Child Evangelism Fellowship), accompanied by a simple booklet available in:
Audio Bibles online
||We were delighted to see that Talking Bibles International is now offering online recordings of the Old and New Testament.
As of this writing, the New Testament is available online in 57 languages:
Amuzgo de Guerrero
Chatino de Nopala
Chinanteco de Palantla
Hmong (Blue Meo)
Khmer - Cambodia
Khmer - Thailand
Zapoteco de Quioquitani
Zapoteco de San Juan Guelavia
Zapoteco de Yatee
For more links to audio, online and print Bibles in over 300 languages,
see Bibles in Your Language.
Week of January 1, 2009
Recent books to help Christians understand Islam
and build relationships with Muslims:
Evangelism and discipleship tool
||One God One Message
by P.D. Bramsen
Xulon Press, 2007
An unhurried, captivating, cliché-free journey through the best story ever told. For truth-seekers, skeptics, Muslims, and confused Christians.
See related article Coaching & Culture, by Dr. Keith E. Webb
Ethics in a Multicultural World
by Bernard T. Adeney
InterVarsity Press, 1995
Conflict is inevitable, especially when Christians from different cultures live and minister side-by-side. This book provides a model for understanding cultural values and resolving conflicts while remaining true to Biblical principals.
Children's Mission Resource
||Childrensmissions.com has published Kids Reaching Kids: Venezuela to help leaders plan a Venezuela-themed missions event for boys and girls in grades 1-6.
Resources include mission stories, posters, crafts, games, recipes, and suggestions to help children pray for boys and girls in Venezuela.
Find more children's resources on our page Multicultural and Missions Resources for Kids.
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