Words of Life - Oneida
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Short audio Bible stories, evangelistic messages and may include songs and music. They explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching.
Program Number: C06241
Language name: Oneida
1. The Two Roads, and Song
2. Song from "The Life of God's Children"
4. Song from "Noah"
5. Song from "The Two Roads"
6. Song, and The Life of God's Children
7. The Ten Virgins
8. Song from "Noah"
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.
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GRN has audio Bible stories, Bible lessons, Bible study tools, gospel songs, mp3 Christian music and evangelistic messages translated in over 6,000 languages and dialects, most available online for free download. Popular with Christian missions organisations and Christian churches, the free mp3s and scripts are suitable for evangelistic purposes and church planting as well as for use within the Christian church environment. Spoken or sung by heart language speakers, the Bible stories, songs and music are intended to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ in culturally relevant ways, and especially in oral societies.