Jun 13, 2006
On today's show:
After listing the orality/storying events happening in various places, today's show focuses mainly on the amazing story of the Mouk from Papua New Guinea. The discussion centres round the video of that move of God, entitled "EE-TAOW! The Mouk Story". This movie is produced by NTM (New Tribes Mission) and tells the story of how a couple of ordinary church folk from North America, rejected as potential missionaries by mission boards, dared to believe God and pursue their calling to go to the ends of the earth with the Story of God. The story shows how Mark Zook and family, with the use of New Tribes Mission materials and training, impacted the animistic Mouk and saw them come to Jesus in large numbers.
Get the video or DVD from the New Tribes Mission web site: here. As we said on the show, browse around and double check that you choose the correct video format or DVD region format when you go to make an order from this site. If in doubt use the other contact details on the NTM site to inquire or make your purchase.
We highly recommend this movie (and its sequel, "EE-TAOW! The next chapter") as a modern day example of how chronological presentation of Bible truth is changing nations and transforming spiritually enslaved peoples into committed followers of Jesus.
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