Artigos e notícias mundiais da Global Recordings Network.
GRN works to bring the gospel to another needy group - the non-literate deaf.
Gospel Recordings shares Christ with speakers of isolated languages. From the "Power for Living" paper, 1999.
An article from "Pressing On" - newsletter of the NT Missionary Union, a church planting fellowship working in 12 countries.
Artigos sobre as características das sociedades orais e formas de anunciar-lhes o evangelho.
GRN near you: GRN has dozens of offices around in the world.
A História da GRN: Uma visão dada por Deus de uma simples gravação em espanhol tornou-se um ministério em mais de 30 países e mais de 6.000 línguas. Leia como tudo começou.
What am I doing here?: Christine Brittingham talks about her time as a volunteer at Global Recordings Network Australia
Perguntas Frequentes: Perguntas mais frequentes sobre a organização e o ministério da Global Recordings Network
Do you communicate the gospel effectively?: Everyone planning an evangelism outreach, first needs to determine where on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs the target group is.
The True Cost of a Cassette: What is the true cost of making a recording of the Gospel for non-literate tribal people ... a cassette that proclaims the Lordship of Christ?
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.
Recording Snapshots 2: Kim Knight tells more stories of his recording trip to the Solomon Islands in April 2004
Recording Snapshots: Kim Knight tells stories of his recording trip to the Solomon Islands in April 2004
Easter Story from "The Living Christ": The Easter story as told through the GRN audio-visual called The Living Christ