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What can the Burmese refugees listen to? In both Burmese and Karen, GRN has over 10 hours of messages, songs, and Bible stories.
More than 50 people asked God to forgive their sins and invited Jesus into their hearts as Lord and Savior.
GRN's latest efforts at evangelism through storytelling in Bangladesh
GRN India have recorded yet another language for a marginalised people group.
A chance meeting on an intercity bus gives an Indigenous Indian just what he's looking for.
Give the gospel to immigrants in your city by on CD in one of 5,000 languages.
Read about the pivotal role GRN materials are playing in evangelizing Central African people groups.
GRN News from Gambia, Eastern Europe and Cameroon.
We are thankful to God that he used us to give a better picture of Christianity than what the people had known before! Read how GRN is making the most of opportunities in Nigeria.
This month's 'Tracks' focuses on the GRN recordings and distribution undertaken in Vanuatu.
The people who make up the 900+ language groups of PNG are predominantly oral communicators.
Adapting GRN resources for mobile devices has become an increasing priority as more and more people have access to this technology. A task force has been established to investigate ways to implement this.
A "Good News" recording with animated pictures for Thai children is currently underway.
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.
GRN India recordist Swapan Roy shares some of the joys and struggles of recording in India.
A new technology sometimes enables missionaries to use our "tried and true" resources and recordings in new and different ways.
Paying the price to record languages in hostile territory.
Nigeria and Burkina Faso in West Africa are the focus of this month's Tracks.
Stephen reports on the use of some GRN Saber players in Kenya
"I had taken a Saber to give to the church leader there but then we went to a few places to try it out."
Ed Young draws parallels between "fishing for men" (Luke 5:1-11) and Global Recordings Network.
GRN Australia's Trekabout Nepal 2011, involved eleven people who visited about 20 villages to share the Gospel.
GRN ministry in this country is small but effective and growing in impact.
Sounds of GRN - April 2013: (PDF - 287Kb) Harvest in Culiacan . . . Good News from all Over . . .
Canada Update - April/May 2013 (PDF 703Kb): Recordist Training . . . Director's Desk . . . Annual Banquet . . . Toronto Mission Fest . . .
Partnership in Action: With the help of funds provided through the Bible Society, GRN Nepal has been able to make new recordings, print Bible picture books and do a huge amount of distribution of recordings, audiovisual materials and hand-wind Cassette and mp3 Saber players through local ministry partners in Nepal.
GRN Australia 60th Anniversary: The day will consist of regular 30 minute interactive tours, followed by a brief presentation and thanksgiving. Join us any time between 10am - 4:30pm.
Mobile Phone Ministry: Mobile phones provide GRN with a massive opportunity to distribute recordings more widely than ever before.
Echoes Nouvelles d'Audio Vie 1 2012: PDF (937Kb)
Echoes Nouvelles d'Audio Vie 3 2011: (PDF - 1,030Kb)
Central Australia: The Lord has been doing something special outback; something that is worthy of our rejoicing and praising God.
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.
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.