This website has several free download resources. It has a specific set of stories that it uses, and mailed out a nice pretty cloth with the symbols for each story printed on it). The main benefit of this page is that it links to the other pages!
This book (must download the PDF, the view link appears broken) has an intriguing section on crafting for each story (rather than a general overview of how to craft) in the Story Training for Trainers manual. It focuses on specific language and concept issues within the story. The handbook actually has pre-crafted all the stories … Continue reading Detailed Story Crafting Handbook
HERE is a handbook with a lot of useful info on which story to tell when… major focus on cross-cultural interactions, and why/how these missionaries specifically chose these stories.
This is a document on Chronological Bible Story Telling, and the differences between oral and literate learning styles.
The invaluable book, Making Disciples of Oral Learners is available as a free PDF if you sign up to the Scriptures in Use newsletter at THIS website.
This website has links to myriad different resources under the “prepare” tab, including bible story videos This page in particular is a list of online learn to tell the bible as a story (and why you would want to do that) resources. It does appear to have a lot of broken links however, and the … Continue reading Orality Strategies website
Looking for Bible-centred music? The Sons of Korah are great with the Psalms.
The Romans Project has put the whole of Romans to music in a really beautiful composition. Information can be found here. You can listen to it here or buy it on iTunes here.
This Website may appear a little tricky to navigate but it provides a list of stories in audio format (with a written transcript). It also has an audio commentary – explaining the passage (and saving you form having to read). There is no video, the passages are mp3 format (or PDF for the transcripts).
This App/Webpage is pretty cool. Free, & was advertised as “no ads” multiple translations of the bible available in audio form – and contains a range of different reading plans – from 5 days focussed on a particular topic to the whole bible through in a year. Reading plans & audio were the positive bits. … Continue reading YouVersion Bible App