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Sounds of Language Foundation, Thailand

The Vision of GRN is that people might hear and understand God's word in their heart language - especially those who are oral communicators and those who do not have Scriptures in a form they can access. We do this by producing culturally appropriate audio and audio-visual materials.

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Sounds of Language Foundation

124 Moo 9, Baan Buak Khrok Tai
T. Thawangtan A. Saraphi
Chiang Mai 50140 Thailand

Phone: 66-053-021-332

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SOLF'S Annual Retreat

Held in March in chiang Mai, the SOLF Annual Retreat was a special time of rest and fellowship for staff and volunteers.

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"Sounds of Language Foundation" Thailand, Prayer and News

Quarterly prayer and newsletter from Sounds of Language Foundation (GRN Thailand)

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Letter from Lipe Island, South Thailand

No one listened with interest or understanding. But David Hogan kept sharing about Jesus.

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Jon and Clair Rulison

Jon and Clair Rulison are staff members of Sounds of Language Foundation in Thailand.

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Related information

Don't speak Akha? Our recordings do!: A Christian living in Thailand shares her first experience using GRN materials.

Thailand: That Little Box Speaks My Language: Feedback from Thailand on the Saber player

"Good News" Audio-Visual Recording for Thai Children: A "Good News" recording with animated pictures for Thai children is currently underway.

Reaching the Karen Sgaw Across Borders: A new version of the Good News recording in the Karen Sgaw language has been completed for the Karen Sgaw people, totaling over one million, who live on both sides of the Thailand-Burma border.

Uu's Story: A personal report of GRN's impact on a small Thai people group.

GRN Thailand Newsletter April 2010: (PDF 580kb) - Open Doors With the Phu Thai and the Nyaw ... Yoy Language Helpers Opening Up to the Gospel ... Large Vietnamese Population in NE Thailand ... GRNT Partnership is Key to Reaching the Akeu ... Mpi Head Monk Values Connection with GRNT ... Relevant Scripts are Essential to GRNT's Goals ... LoveTouch and W3 Update ... GRNT Prayer Life and Family-Like Bonds Deepen ... Intern Gains Valuable, On-the-Field Training with GRNT.

GRN Thailand Newsletter December 2009: (2.95Mb) Talako Karen People Respond To The Gospel ...Audio/Visual Recordings In Moken ... No Language Group Too Obscure -- The Ugong ... No Tribe Too Small -- The Mpi Of Prae ... GRNT/SOLF Meets With Akeu Headman ... Yoy And Nyaw Recordings ...GRN Materials Presented To Restricted Country ... W3 And Lovetouch Ministry ... Plans For 2010 ...Over 100 Sabers /Tapetalks Distributed

GRN Thailand Newsletter August 2009: Showing God's love to the Moken ... Why GRN's Tailender emphasis is important ... Recording YOW and NYAW Languages N.E. Thailand ... Roger's Training Completed ... The AKEU GRN Thailand's newest tail ender ... New staff for GRN Thailand ... Encouraging workers in Cambodia ... August 2009 Office Building Plans Update ... GRN's Newest Handwind Audioplayer ... Tapetalk players distributed ... W3 a ministry of worship, word and wonder ... Love Touch ... Karen revival meetings ... Good news heritage from generation to generation.

After the Tsunami: "Tears brimmed his eyes as Uu shared with us the situation of his Moken people."

Some Difficulities of Cross-Cultural and Cross-Linguistic Evangelism: This is a memo on the problems of determining the language groups that need evangelism. These notes from a Paul Hattaway lecture during the recent recordist training provided much of the material.

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