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News and prayer material about GRN as reported by other mission groups.

Wildlife STORYTELLERS

For followers of Jesus, even thinking about child abuse is enough to make us recoil in horror.

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Recording the Gospel in every language: 6000 down; 4000 to go

This article about GRN Australia appeared in "The Pulse": Bi-monthly magazine of the Presbyterian Church (NSW and ACT).

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Sydney mission organisations unite in purpose and place

Several Christian mission organisations are set to unite in location as well as purpose this November, as Global Recordings Network (GRN), Wycliffe Bible Translators, Crossroad Bible Institute and Interserve move into the same building.

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Australian Missionaries Use Audio Recordings to Share Gospel

Christian Post Blog "Splash Everywhere" posts about GRN Australia's innovative approach to sharing the Gospel and the new facility at Prospect.

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SIGHT Magazine interview with Christine Platt

Christine Platt (GRN Australia CEO) spoke about GRN's work in using audio technology to share the Gospel . . .

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Hearing God's Word in the jungle

David Hughes from GRN Australia has just returned from a visit to the Solomon Islands where he observed GRN's audio recording ministry first-hand.

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Electronic prophets speak in remote Australia

When the late Rev Mawunyndjil Garrawirrtja first saw the Saber audio device, it was the day he'd been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

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Spreading the gospel against odds

Christian Mission Aid's leadership training and discipleship programs make use of GRN materials and Saber players.

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A Global Plan for the Gospel in Every Language

Speakers of the English language, may not realise how valued audio bible stories can be to minority languages, oral learners and unreached people groups.

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Vanuatu's Spiritual Battle Zone

Vanuatu, the 'Untouched Paradise', is a popular tourist destination. An increasing number of tourists are coming for a tropical island holiday, lying by a resort swimming pool and maybe experiencing a little of the culture. The ni-Vanuatu people are known for their warm smiles and generous hospitality. As a family we enjoy being here, even though getting things done can take longer as most folk work on 'island-time'. But living in Vanuatu isn't all sunshine and coconuts. There is another side to life here.

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Oral Communication and the Global Recordings Network

Oral communicators (OCs) represent as much as two-thirds of the world's population, perhaps four billion people.

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Bible Reading in Australia at Crisis Levels: The last Australian Church Life Survey showed that only 19% of church attendees read the Bible daily or on most days; 12% of respondents read the Bible a few times a week, 5% once a week, 27% occasionally and 37% hardly ever or never!

Global Recordings Network's Culiacan Project: Those who were once on the receiving end of hearing the gospel are now the ones giving that same good news to a new generation of indigenous people.

Showing and telling about Jesus: "The word is out and we have lots of missionaries and pastors from all over the country coming to get cassettes. Everyone is telling us that the messages are excellent."

Good news for Nepal: The land gets its freedom and Global Recordings Network pushes into even more remote regions of this mountainous country.

Global Recordings Network in India: "... the goal of Global Recordings Network is to make the gospel message available and accessible because it is spoken by someone 'at home' in the dialect."

Global Recordings Network's Ishmael Project: "GRN's Ishmael Project is specifically aimed at getting the gospel message to unreached Muslim groups, including the nomadic tribes we have prayed for this month."

Fruit from the work in Guinea Bissau: "The word is out and we have lots of missionaries and pastors from all over the country coming get cassettes"

Gospel Recordings Work Among Tibetans: "Last year the 90-year-old plus missionary went to be with her Lord, but the work carries on."

Gospel Recordings Work in Africa: "We often forget that there are people who have never heard the good news about Jesus, and then when they do hear it, the Holy Spirit convicts them that it is good news indeed!"

Talking Bibles International: Audio Scriptures International and its sister organization, Adopt-A-Village, have merged to become Talking Bibles International.

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