English: American Indian language
Sample of English: American Indian
These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.
Audio-visual Bible lessons in 40 sections with pictures. Contains Bible overview from creation to Christ, and teaching on the Christian life. For evangelism and church planting. (A27291).
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music. (A13751).
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music. In English, with testimony, spoken by Arapahoes; includes some songs in ARAPAHOE (A27521).
Recordings in other languages that contain some parts in English: American Indian
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Christian Walk - English: Philippines - (Videoparables.org)
Jesus Film Project films - English - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Film Project films - English, Native North American - (The Jesus Film Project)
The Jesus Story (audiodrama) - English - (The Jesus Film Project)
- English Group (Language Group)
- English (ISO Language)
- English: American Indian (Dialect)
- Bay Islands Creole English (Unknown)
- Canadian-Alaskan Indian English (Dialect)
- Cayman Islands English (Unknown)
- English: Aboriginal (Dialect)
- English: Africa (Group of Dialects)
- English: Aruba English (Unknown)
- English: Asian (Dialect)
- English: Australia (Dialect)
- English: Belfast (Unknown)
- English: Bermudan English (Unknown)
- English: British (Dialect)
- English: Canada (Dialect)
- English: Central Cumberland (Dialect)
- English: Dominican English (Unknown)
- English: East Africa (Dialect)
- English: East Anglia (Unknown)
- English: Eire (Unknown)
- English: Geordie (Unknown)
- English: Grenada (Dialect)
- English: India (Dialect)
- English: Lowland Scottish (Dialect)
- English: Neo-nyungar (Unknown)
- English: Newfoundland English (Unknown)
- English: Nigeria (Dialect)
- English: Norfolk (Dialect)
- English: Northern Ireland (Dialect)
- English: North Hiberno English (Unknown)
- English: Philippines (Dialect)
- English: PNG Coastal (Dialect)
- English: Scouse (Unknown)
- English: South Hiberno English (Unknown)
- English: St. Lucian English (Unknown)
- English: USA (Dialect)
- English: Yanito (Unknown)
- Liberian Standard English (Unknown)
- Samana English (Unknown)
- Virgin Islands Creole English: St. Barth Creole En (Unknown)
Abnaki-Penobscot; Aborigine, Detribalized; Aborigine, Southwest; African-Americans; Afro-Antiguan; Afro-Caribbean; Alaskan Athabascan; Americans, U.S.; Amerindian, Detribalized; Anglo; Anglo-Australian; Anglo-Canadian; Anglo-New Zealander; Anglo-South African; Antilles English-Speaking; Arab, general; Arapaho; Atsugewi; Bahamian; Barbadian; Bermudan, mixed; Black African, general; Brazilian, general; British; British, Scottish; Cape Verdean; Catawba; Cayman Islanders; Chehalis; Chinese, general; Chitimacha; Chumash; Clallam; Coeur d'Alene; Coloured; Colville; Coos, Hanis; Cornish; Cowlitz; Cupeno; Delaware; Delaware, Unami; English-Speaking, general; Eskimo, Creole; Eskimo, Western Canadian; Eurasian; Euronesian; European, general; Falkland Islanders; Gilbraltarian; Guam; Gypsy, English, Romanichal; Gypsy, Irish; Han Chinese, Mandarin; Hawaiian; Holikachuk; Honduran, English-Speaking; Houma, Half-Choctaw; Indian, English-Speaking; Iowa; Irish; Irish Traveller, Shelta; Iroquois; Jamaicans; Jew, English Speaking; Kansa; Kato; Kawaiisu; Kitsai; Klamath-Modoc; Kpelle, Liberia; Ladakhi, Christian; Lithuanian; Lower Chinook; Lumbee; Makah; Malaysians, English-Speaking; Mandan; Manx; Miami; Micronesians, English-Speaking; Midway Islanders; Miwok; Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett; Namibians; Nanticoke; Ngarluma; Nooksack; North African, general; Nunggubuyu; Nyanja; Nyigina; Osage; Otoe; Pacific Islanders, general; Palauan, English-Speaking; Panamint; Part-Indian; Pawnee; Pintupi; Pitcairner, Norfolk; Polynesian; Powhatan; Quileute; Quinault, Lower Chehalis; Saint Helena; Sarnami Hindi; Serrano; Snohomish; South Asian, general; Tonkawa; Tunica; Turk, Meskhetian; Turks and Caicos Creole English; Tuscarora; Twana; Ulster Irish; Virgin Islanders, English-Speaking; Wampanoag; Washo; Watjari; West Indian, general; West Indian Mulatto; Wichita; Wintu; Wiyot; Wyandot; Yazidi; Yuchi; Yuki; Yurok;
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