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Kitty Griffiths’ love of storytelling helped her reach entire generations of children in east Asia, western Africa, North America, and South Africa for many years. She was really ahead of her time. It’s only recently that many non-profits and charities working with oral cultures, especially, are learning to harness the power of story to teach the Bible.
We hear from our on-the-ground partners regularly and from time to time they mention prayer requests that have nothing to do with media, so we don’t use those stories in any of our regular communications. I wanted to share one of those stories with you – a power of one story – a story of one Christian living out his faith under intense persecution.
How do generators and tractors help share the gospel with 200 million people? Watch this video and see. THIS is what TWR is about and why I remain passionate about this work even after 29 years.SaveSaveSave
Media platforms and delivery systems are constantly changing and upgrading. Media, or mass communication, has always included other mediums of communication including books, flyers, newspapers, television, and the internet.Save
Africa is a very big place and many of the countries there rank as the poorest in the world. They lack basic infrastructure, health care networks, and in some cases even stable governments. For the Church to be self-sustaining has to be a very long term goal.SaveSave